Hello to all 4H Members, Families and Leaders,
May 20th was our first night practicing in person. All went well, we made sure to distance ourselves and had our masks up as we danced. We made sure to take breaks and not overwork ourselves. Not long after, we were given the ok to take off our masks and breathe the fresh air. We still keep masks with us just in case.
Earlier this year we had County Public Presentations. Everyone did an amazing job! The presentations this year were either presented over live zoom or prerecorded and sent in to be judged.
Following the County Presentations came the State Presentations. Some of the club members who were eligible for State Presentations qualified and did a wonderful job. One of our best years in some time I’d say.
On September 9th we will get back to our normal club routine after a decent break. With our return to clogging we will be representing our club and performing on the 18th of September at the Burlington County Farm Fair Grounds! Some of our club members will be sitting at a table ready to tell others about what we do as a club.
We will also be performing at the Burlington County Agricultural Center in October!
Just recently we have been working on Project Books for this past year. We will be handing them in soon. I can’t wait for the results next year.
The anticipation for new club members and friends stirs within The Burlington County 4H Cloggers as the new school year is approaching fast, as well as the return of friends that could not attend practice due to club regulations.
Our club officers and leaders are doing their best to keep everyone involved with stretches, activities, and even bringing family members into zoom calls at the beginning of the calendar year.
This upcoming year is an exciting one, and I can’t wait to get started!
-Burlington County 4H Cloggers Reporter