4-H fun: Alder Flats 4-H Club report

There were four of our 4-H club members that went to district public speaking in Wetaskiwin at the Moose Hall.

  • Mar. 23, 2016 5:00 p.m.

Alder Flats 4-H Club Members: Emily

Thanks to Altalink for sponsoring 4-H speeches at club level. There were four of our 4-H club members that went to district public speaking in Wetaskiwin at the Moose Hall.

Our club members did really well at district public speaking. Senior Wylie Pietsch won first and he will go on to regionals. Intermediate Emily Pietsch won second and will go on to regionals also. Juniors Erich Pietsch won second and myself, Quinn Woods won third. Great job everyone it was difficult to get there.

Winter camp was at the end of February it was fantastic. The councillors were probably the best ever I have had in my life. What you do is play a ton of games that are really fun and there are lots of activities in the snow.

 

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