Rosebrier Beef 4-H Update

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    We have been super busy these last couple of months getting our steers ready for show day.  We have been leading them and grooming them a lot!  

    Our club got together on Sunday, April 13 at the Gusses to have our mini royal.  It was a great day to show our animals to our club and get them used to the other animals and having lots of people around them that they aren't familiar with.  We handed out show boards and tack boxes to anyone who needed them.

    On Monday, May 12 we had our show and sale with Falun East.  It was a great day!  The weather was beautiful and no major incidents happened.  

    We want to say a great big THANK YOU to all our buyers and sponsors. Also to everyone who came and supported us, we really appreciate it.  

    The Falun East and Rosebrier clubs both donated $500.00 to the mending Mikayla fund.  It is great to be able to give to a cause that helps somebody right in our community.  All the calves in the sale ring did very good. A few had to be helped and thanks to our senior members, it happened smoothly .

    We have one more meeting and then our club windup on June 19.  It has been a great year and we have enjoyed it immensely.  Thanks to everyone who helps to make 4H a success.

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