Crafty Critters 4-H Club Plays Poultry Jeopardy and Plants Chives

  • Thu Apr 13th, 2017 6:27pm
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Not too chicken to play Poultry Jeopardy. Submitted Photo

On Sunday, April 9, the Crafty Critters 4-H Club held its monthly business meeting at the ICN Building on Spartan Avenue.

The members discussed upcoming poultry events, Kitsap County 4-H Camp and other business. Then the members got into teams to play Jeopardy! Poultry Edition 1.1.

They shared their knowledge of a variety of questions and answers about poultry vocabulary, egg facts and chicken parts identification through the game.

This was an opportunity to practice poultry judging before the Clallam County Fair.

Next, club members learned to plant chives under the leadership of Linda Wells, Olympic Peninsula District co-director of the National Garden Club, and Kris Ayers, co-president of the Bogachiel Garden Club. Wells shared information about landscaping careers and scholarships for those who participate in this project sponsored by the Bogachiel Garden Club under the National Garden Club.

For more information, contact Maggie Whitehead, club leader at 640-2429; Linda Wells, garden project volunteer at 374-2437; or Kris Ayers, garden project volunteer at 963-2550.