Farm Credit Canada donates $500 to Alder flats 4-H Club

Alder Flats 4-H Multi Club Report

Alder Flats 4-H Multi Club is excited to announce that Luke Wruweski from Farm Credit Canada presented our club with a cheque for $500 dollars.

Farm Credit Canada is a strong supporter of 4-H Canada and our club is very grateful for them choosing us for the grant.

The money raised from our bottle drive in October and the Farm Credit grant money will cover the whole cost for our club members to go to the Snow Valley Ariel Park in Edmonton in May.

Some other 4-H activities we will be doing in the next couple months will be going to the Camrose Ski Hill and trying luge as well as Laser Tag in Red Deer.

Our Communication Competition is also coming up on February 3, 2019 and we want to wish everyone good luck on their speeches and presentations.

-Submitted by Jay Hopfe

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