Alder Flats 4-H Multi Club report

Club members looking forward to archery event coming up soon

Welcome back to another year with the Alder Flats 4-H Multi Club.

With a new year and new members comes new executive positions to be filled within our club. Our president this year is still Jordan Hopfe, vice president is still Emily Pietch, secretary is a new member Morri Grover and our treasurer is still Erich Pietch.

We have a fun filled year ahead of us one activity we have done so far is archery. Some of our up and coming activities will be going to the Edmonton zoo in November, skating in December, as well as swimming and rock wall climbing in January.

We would like to thank everyone in the community who donated bottles for the 4H bottle drive, your donations are greatly appreciated. Our club is also doing a Sunset Gourmet fundraiser. This will offer a wide variety of spices, seasonings, dip, and cheeseball mixes.

If interested please contact Anita Hopfe at 780-388-2226, or Carmen Pietch at 780-682-2273. We are all looking forward to another great 4-H year!

-Submitted by Jay Hopfe, club reporter

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