Alder Flats 4-H Multi Club report

It has been a while since my last report for our 4-H club so I will give you an update on what’s happening.

  • Feb. 24, 2016 6:00 a.m.

It has been a while since my last report for our 4-H club so I will give you an update on what’s happening.

We have done our speeches. Here are the winners: Junior: Erich Pietsch won first, Quinn Woods won second. Intermediate: Emily Pietsch was first, Mackenzie Dooper second. Senior: Wiley Pietsch was first.

Great job everyone. There were speeches about things from hockey to hobos, and even exploding toilets! Thank you to the MC and the judges. The great judges were Shelby Bend, Marion Lee, Kim Patten, Erin Dentzien, Grace Durand and Barb Gregory. Our MC was Layne Magnuson. Other thanks to the parents that helped.

On Tuesday Feb. 9 the Winfield Legion put together their monthly Shrove Tuesday. Our club did a community service event. We helped people with their drinks, dirty dishes and washing dishes. We had lots of fun doing it.

Thank you Drayton Valley Thunder hockey club, who donated 10 tickets to our 4-H multi club.


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