Rosebrier 4-H Beef Club January report

Rosebrier public speaking event coming up this weekend

The Rosebrier 4-H Beef Club is Keeping Busy this Winter!

The Rosebrier 4-H Beef club has had many activities the last few months. We have met for meetings, been active in our community, and have been working with our projects too.

At our October project weigh in, we collected over 300 pounds of food for the local food bank.

Members had the privilege of participating in the No Stone Left Alone ceremony at Jubilee Park for Remembrance Day in November.

In December we were happy that we could work together as a club to pack backpacks for Neighbors Outreach in Wetaskiwin.

We met in early January for a fun afternoon Christmas party that included skating, games, and a hot dog roast.

Next, we are gearing up for an afternoon of public speaking. It will be held at Angus Ridge Hall on on Saturday, February 2 at 1:00pm. We invite anyone from the community who is interested in attending to join us that afternoon.

Good luck to all of the 4-H members on their speeches!

Submitted by Easton Kinsey

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