Winfield 4-H Beef Club report

On Sunday December 20, our club went to Santa’s anonymous in Drayton Valley and volunteered to unload a truckload of toys (9-11 a.m.).

  • Jan. 27, 2016 4:00 p.m.

by Nicole Groeneveld

Club reporter

The Winfield Beef Club has been doing wonderful!

On Sunday December 20, our club went to Santa’s anonymous in Drayton Valley and volunteered to unload a truckload of toys (9-11 a.m.).

After unloading  toys, the members went to Boston Pizza and had a gift exchange. Everyone had a great time, and lots of fun.

Then on December 29, several members from our club went to the West Edmonton Mall water park. The kids had a great time, from the wave pool to the water slides, and couldn’t stop smiling! Most of us were in the water for six hours!

The Winfield Beef Club had our calf tour on January 10.  That is when we drive around to look at each other’s projects. Everyone must be doing a good job cause all the calves looked great, and during one of our stops, we had a potluck lunch.

We hope you had a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

 

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