Leduc Beef Club December Report

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December was a good month for the Leduc 4-H Club and we kicked it off with our Christmas party, which was held on December 7th.

Our Christmas party was held at Cloverlawn Hall and it was a day filled with activities and workshops. To start it off we had our record book workshop where all the members filled in the start of their record books and we had our meeting where we discussed Public Speaking and Bull Congress.

After we had some games organized by the social committee and some sledding followed by a wiener roast. Then we had our public speaking workshop where we talked about speeches and we practiced impromptus. It was a fun day filled with lots of events and good food! Thank you to the ladies in the kitchen also that prepared the delicious supper for us!

The next upcoming event in our club will be Public Speaking which will be held January 31st at the Cloverlawn Hall. If anyone is interested in judging, or knows of anyone that would like to judge please call Tracy at (780) 235-8775 or Andrea at (780) 719-7316.

And lastly, Bull Congress is on January 24th in Camrose at the CRE. The kids from our club will be going to the judging workshop and learning how to judge different animals.

Our club would also like to wish everyone a Happy New Year and all the best in 2015!

Your Club Reporter

Monika Knull

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