Rosebrier 4-H youth attend Lakedell ‘Funday’

Rosebrier 4-h helps out N.O.W. at Christmas

Over the past couple of months our Rosebrier 4-H members have been quite busy, not only with our calves but with our activities as well… At the end of November many of our members attended the Lakedale Regional Funday. We did many cool things like gaga-ball,and cowboy races.

In December for a club project the members chose to fill five backpacks consisting of clothing, hygiene products, gift cards and much more to the less fortunate at the Neighbour Outreach Wetaskwin (N.O.W) Program.

In the New Year the club had a late Christmas Party at the Kinsey residence for all the members and families. We played floor hockey and basketball, and had a hot dog roast, but I think our most favourite activity was the hay ride. All the members did very well at the speaking event hosted at Angus Ridge Hall on the 27th. Some of the speakers who are moving on:

Junior: 1st: Kaleb Strohschein 2nd: Easton Kinsey

Intermediate: 1st: Jackson Szigli 2nd: Cody Albers

Senior: Karson Mathieu. 2nd: Shelby Boeve

Thanks to the judges!

The 4-H members are working hard with their beef projects and are looking forward to seeing everyone at the Show and Sale on May 13, 2019.

~Submitted by Brooklynn Olson

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