Rosebrier 4H Beef Club

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Happy New Year to everyone.

We have been busy the last while. Back in November we were able to work together as a club and make up 61 Operation Christmas Shoe Boxes. It sure felt good to be able to help others.

Coming up in January some of us are going to be going to the Bull Congress in Camrose. This will be a great learning experience. Then on Sunday, February 1 at 1:00pm at Angus Ridge Hall, we are going to be having our public speaking event. Please feel free to come and join us for this informative afternoon. We have been working hard with getting our speeches ready and of course we have been giving our steers lots of love and attention to get them ready for our achievement day, which is May 11. We also have a calf tour coming up which is always exciting as we get to go to everyone’s place and see their steers and how they are growing.

We were very lucky to be chosen to receive $200.00 from Sears for participating in their Sears Selfie Contest. Several of us had a lot of fun going into the Wetaskiwin Sears Store and getting our picture taken with an employee. Thank you Sears! We were also able to receive a $500.00 grant from FCC. Again we were happy to go get our picture taken at FCC and receive our cheque. Thank you to FCC. These prizes are very useful to our club and we really appreciate the support.

Avery & Rachel Nelson

Rosebrier 4H Beef Club

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