Leduc 4-H Beef Club December report

Public speaking day is February 6 at Clover Lawn Hall

  • Jan. 13, 2016 8:00 a.m.

At the beginning of December we kicked off with our record book workshop following with our monthly meeting and public speaking workshops we also had fun doing some outdoor activities. We had a fabulous time exchanging gifts at our gift exchange.

Our public speaking day is February 6 at Clover Lawn Hall, so if you want to come down and listen to our awesome speeches please feel free to do so.  We are also looking for some judges for judging our big day!

We have been working hard on thinking of some fundraisers for our club when we decided to sell licorice so if you would like to buy some you can contact Andrea Knull at 780-719-7316. Just give her a call and we can hook you up with our delicious licorice. That’s all for now!

Your detailed reporter Rebekah Knull.

 

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