The Rosebrier 4-H Beef Club is off to a great start

Weigh in of projects at Wetaskiwin Ag Grounds Oct. 12

On September 9, the Rosebrier 4-H Beef Club held their first meeting of the 2019/2020 club year.

The members voted for the new executive positions: President – Erik Mathieu, vice president – Shelby Boeve, treasurer – Seanna Shantz, secretary – Joanna Szigli, club reporters – Jackson Szigli and Easton Kinsey. We are so glad to have our awesome leaders volunteering again this year. The leaders are: Dayle Nelson, Calvin Shantz, Michelle Strohschein and Wendy Franke. These four people go above and beyond to make our club function smoothly.

Our 4-H club currently has 23 members. Our club also has a Cleaver program led by Emilee Graff. This fun program is an introduction to 4-H for kids ages 6-8. There are 6 Cleaver members in our club.

The next club meeting is October 7, at Angus Ridge Hall, and weigh in of our projects is at the Wetaskiwin Ag Grounds on October 12. We are looking forward to another great year!

If you are interested in joining the Rosebrier 4-H Beef Club, contact Dayle Nelson (780) 877-3923.

Submitted by Easton Kinsey

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