Leduc 4-H Beef Club News

We kicked off the New Year with our public speaking on Feb. 6. Everyone was nervous but did a great job!

  • Feb. 24, 2016 8:00 p.m.

We kicked off the New Year with our public speaking on Feb. 6. Everyone was nervous but did a great job!

The winners for Juniors, Intermediates, and Seniors were as follows: Juniors: Lane Wedman for first, Rebekah Knull for second, and Teah Wedman for third. For the Intermediates: Brianna Tolsma for first, Cherese Eidick for second, and Ashley Tolsma for third and finally for the Seniors: Sierra Halwa first, Kennedy Wrubleski second, and Kassie Wrubleski third.

All the first place winners from each category go on to districts which is at Telfordville Hall, Feb. 20. And if they win there they go on to regionals. They will do an awesome job!

Our next event on the calendar was our diary workshop held at Halwa’s farm on Feb. 15 it was a blast!

We had a wiener roast and you could bring your skates to go and skate on the ice. That’s all for now!

 

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