Leduc 4H Beef Club Report

Pipestone Flyer

    The Leduc 4-H Beef Club has had an exciting and very busy year! We started May off with our monthly meeting, which was held on May 12th. At the meeting we discussed our U-Do-It-Day and our Achievement Day.

    The clubs’ U-Do-It-Day was held on May 23rd  at Eidicks farm. Everyone brought his or her steers and heifer projects and we went over what to do in the show ring. We had a mock show and practiced showmanship in the ring and what to do. Everyone had a great time and went away with the right idea of what to do come show day.

    This year our Achievement Day is going to be held Monday June 2nd  at the Sobeys Arena in Leduc in the LRC. We will have an eventful day with our show starting at 1:00pm followed by the sale at 7:00pm. We would like to thank all the businesses that have supported us in the past and again this year and we hope to see you there! Thank You!! We hope everyone can come out and watch the kids of our community do an amazing job! Hope to see you there on June 2nd !!

Your Faithful Club Reporter

Monika Knull

 

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