Lakedell 4-H Beef Club February update

Regular update from local 4-H club reporter Reanna Schmidt

  • Mar. 9, 2016 5:00 a.m.

by Raeanna Schmidt

Club reporter

Hey,I’mbacktotellyouaboutourveryexcitingmonthofJanuaryandFebruary!Thesemonthswereverybusy,andfun.OnJanuary23somemembersofourclubparticipatedinBullCongressinCamrose,Alberta.Welearnedaboutjudging.Wegottogointoapenandjudgeaclassofheifers.Ienjoyedjudgingeverything,includingrabbitsandhamsters.

On February 12 many people came and enjoyed our delicious beef supper. Thank you to all who came and supported our club!

On February 13 many members went to watch the Red Rebels game. Go Rebels go! I think that game was really thrilling.

And finally on February 14 all members of Lakedell Beef spoke their very, very good speeches. Some members did presentations. All speeches and presentations were absolutely great! Congratulations to all members who are going on to the next level.

Well that sums it up! January and February were very fun and busy. I thank you all again who support our club!

 

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