Rosebrier 4-H has 24 members and 6 Cleaver members

Rosebrier 4H Beef Club Report

On October 9 the Rosebrier 4H Beef Club held its reorganizational meeting. We have 24 members and 6 Cleaver members. We voted for our executives:President- Lois Schultz, vice-president- Karson Mathieu, treasurer- Seanna Shantz, secretary- Rachel Nelson, club reporter- Caleb Strohschein and Brooklynn Olson, leaders- Dayle Nelson, Calvin Shantz, Wendy Franke and Michelle Strohschein.

On Oct. 13 we met at the Wetaskiwin Ag Grounds for the weigh in of our project calves. We were challenged to bring food bank donations that would equal the weight of one of the project calves. Together with the Falun East club we collected 433 pounds of food for the Wetaskiwin Food Bank.

On November 3 our club participated in No Stone Left Alone where volunteers place poppies on the gravestones of war veterans. It was a cold and snowy day but we were humbled to be a part of honouring those who fought for us many years ago.

Submitted by Caleb Strohschein

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