Lakedell 4-H report

Hey, I’m back to tell you about another fun month for Lakedell 4-H Beef Club!

  • Apr. 20, 2016 6:00 p.m.

By Raeanna Schmidt

Club reporter

Hey, I’m back to tell you about another fun month for Lakedell 4-H Beef Club!

On March 8 we had our March meeting. We discussed many different plans for March. On March 19 our club worked the concession at the bullarama. We served many delicious treats, including deluxe burgers and poutine! Many people attended to watch a night of intense bull riding and a dance afterwards.

On April 3 we took our calves to mini show. Wow, everybody’s calves look great! We learned lots of tips for grooming and how to show our calves, thanks to former and senior members. Don’t forget that April 30 is our show and sale!

Well, that was Lakedell’s fun month! I hope all of you had a great Easter holiday!

 

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