Atlanta Ag 4-H members explore closed circuitry with bananas

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[March 21, 2020]     Send a link to a friend  Share

On Sunday, March 8th, Atlanta Ag had their monthly meeting. We welcomed guest speaker, Carissa Davis from the Logan County Extension Office. She gave an interesting presentation on conductive energy and open/closed circuits. She showed us a software called Makey Makey which allows you to connect everyday objects to electrical circuits demonstrating how they respond through closed circuits. We were able to play music with bananas by using our body as part of the circuit. It was a super fun way to learn about electricity and open and closed circuits.

Next, one of our own members, Rose Catterson, gave a demonstration on Geocaching and showed us how to make our very own geocaches. It was a great opportunity for the club to learn about geocaching and Rose gave the demonstration as preparation for her public speaking and geocaching 4-H projects.

Pictures by Kim Carlock

Carissa Davis, Guest Speaker from the Logan County Extension Office




Kennadie Finchum

Logan Catterson and Greg Toohill


Winton Carlock and Aiden Fitzpatrick

Hannah Glanden and Cavit Schempp


Rose Catterson, Carissa Davis and club


Rose Catterson, Geocache Presentation


Atlanta Ag 4-H Club


Atlanta Ag 4-H club with Carissa Davis


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