Falun East 4-H Beef Club report

This is from the office of J.R. Good and Hulaina Anderson. It’s been a busy winter with calving and...

  • Apr. 14, 2017 7:00 a.m.

4-H clubs

Submitted by J.R Good and Hulaina Anderson Club reporters

 

This is from the office of J.R. Good and Hulaina Anderson. It’s been a busy winter with calving and the up and down weather and now it’s finally spring! So there are a whole lot of things happening with Falun East Beef 4-H like public speaking on Feb.4 and our club winners were Chas Anderson (Junior), Evan Rossiter (Junior), Andrew Rossiter (Intermediate), Denver Janke (Intermediate), and Rachel Shaw (Senior). We also had a turkey tour on Feb.8; clipping demo done by Kayla Jones and Jared Couch on March 11.

Our upcoming events are: club mini show April 8 and a showmanship demonstration during the mini show; spring flower basket fundraiser (flowers, strawberries, tomatoes) contact a 4-H member to order your “sunshine” for May 6 delivery; annual Highway Clean-up May 6. As all of the members are “gearing up” for District Achievement Day at the Wetaskiwin Ag Grounds on May 15, we would to extend a big welcome to all to come and see us showcase our projects. Thank you to all our past buyers and sponsors as without your support our day would not be as successful.

Happy spring!

 

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