Learn to be a farmer through 4-H Cleaver club

Lakedell 4-H Beef Club is looking for kids 6 to 8 years to join Cleaver club

Lakedell 4-H Beef Club is looking for kids aged 6 to 8 years old to join their Cleaver Program.

The clever program is an introduction to 4-H through fun, hands-on learning that is age appropriate.

We focus on developing new friends, belonging and engaging in a community, developing listening skills and learning the abilities to express themselves, set goals, track progress and celebrate achievements.

Our 2016/17 year focused on record keeping by creating scrapbooks of their year and proper care/management of beef cattle through the creation of their own model farm.

The highlight for the kids was telling jokes for their public speaking experience at our beef supper and, of course, achievement day when they got to show their calendar year calf! We would love to see you for our first meeting: the second Tuesday in September at 7 p.m. at the Lakedell facility accessible just west of the Village at Pigeon Lake

For any additional information or questions please contact our cleaver leader Abbygail Conway at 587-877-4919 or Abbygail.v.conway@gmail.com.

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