Winfield 4-H Gait Riders

The Winfield Gait riders would like to welcome back our returning members and welcome the three new members to our club.

  • Dec. 2, 2015 7:00 a.m.

The Winfield Gait riders would like to welcome back our returning members and welcome the three new members to our club.

The Winfield Gait riders would like to welcome back our returning members and welcome the three new members to our club. In October we have had our first 4-H ride with our three new members Emily Jones, Faythe Robinson, and Samantha Sawyer. We had beautiful weather and we were able to enjoy this ride outside!

The election meeting has been done so the leaders are Connie Kluczny, Lidia Stamp, Geneva Rodin and the president is Ashlyn Frandsen, vice president is Mikayla Maciborski, treasure is Karianne Frandsen, and secretary is Emily Jones.

We hosted an Achievements Day on November 20 at 6:00 p.m. in Yeoford Hall, to recognize last year members and our sponsors.

We did a tire round up as a fund raiser for the club, we got 1,840 passenger tires, 73 medium tires and 158 off road tires with a total of 2,071 tires.  Thank you to everyone that donated tires. Even though we were wet, and cold, we still enjoyed a pizza party after. Thank you Sheldon Glen for organizing this event and rounding up a record number of tires!

Club reporters are Faythe Robinson and Sheraton Giesbrecht.

 

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