Leduc 4-H Beef Club December Report

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December was certainly an exciting month for the Leduc 4-H Beef Club.  We started by kicking it off with our yearly Battle Lake trip! 

    As usual our 4-H club went to Battle Lake for the weekend, December 8 and 9. The first day we did record book, diary, and public speaking workshops and then down to the fun. The Christmas party and SLEDDING! We all had a blast for sure this year and we certainly hope to do it again next year! The following day we had our December meeting where we discussed Public Speaking, which is to be held at Cloverlawn Hall January 26 starting at 9:00am. Also we discussed our Community Service Project, which will be to support the Cystic Fibrosis foundation again. 

    We are looking for judges willing to judge our upcoming Public Speaking!  If you would like to judge please call Mrs. Stacy Hipkin at (780) 467-5954.  We hope to see you there! All the best to the members in our public speaking competition.

    Our club would also like to extend our sympathies to the Rasmussen family in their time of loss of Mrs. Shirley Rasmussen. She will be missed. 

Till next time, Monika

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