Scouts & 4-H

STURDEVANT AWARDED EAGLE: John David Sturdevant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Sturdevant of Howland, received the Eagle Scout Award at a Court of Honor held March 22, at Howland Community Church. Sturdevant is a member of Greater Western Reserve Council Boy Scout Troop 28.

The Eagle award was presented by Michael McLeod, Troop 28 Scoutmaster. The Eagle Charge was given by Dr. Jeffrey Sutton, assistant scoutmaster. A reception followed the ceremony at Howland Community Church.

Sturdevant joined Troop 28 in 2008 after earning his Arrow of Light with Cub Scout Pack 122. With Troop 28, Sturdevant has held leadership positions of senior patrol leader, troop instructor, troop guide, and patrol leader.

He has earned a total of 26 merit badges. His Eagle Scout project was a presentation on bullying that was given at Howland Community Church.

Sturdevant is a junior at Howland High School. After high school, he plans to pursue a degree in computers.

Troop 28 meets at 7 p.m. every Tuesday, at Howland Community Church.

COWS R US CLUB MEETS: The Cows R Us 4-H Club in Trumbull County held its third club meeting on March 16. Many topics were discussed at this meeting.

Project judging will be at the Trumbull County Fairgrounds at 2 p.m June 22. The club’s cheese basket theme will be “Cows and Cookies.” The cheese basket auction will be held on July 13, on the fairgrounds in the show ring. Dairy Palooza will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 3, at the Wayne County Fairgrounds. Quality Assurance will be April 5, at the Trumbull County Fairgrounds and test-out will be April 2, at the Trumbull County Extension Office. The Trumbull County Junior Fair Board will be having a pancake breakfast April 6 at the fairgrounds. Open class entry forms are due on June 21. The Trumbull County Fair cleanup day is June 28 at the fairgrounds.

The next Cows R Us meeting will be April 13, at the Southington Christian Church.