Winfield & District 4-H Beef Club’s public speaking held Feb. 3

Winfield club’s event features 13 speakers on very cold day

A special “thank you” to the folks at AltaLink, for Sponsoring our Winfield & District 4-H Beef Club’s public speaking held Feb 3, 2019 at the Alder Flats Community Hall. Thirteen members were able to participate, on what was our coldest winter day!

Cheyenne Schwengler was our Mme Chair, and did a fantastic job! Mikayla Schwengler placed 1st in Junior Public Speaking, and Josie Naumann placed 2nd. Both girls are moving on to Zones with their Speeches. Way to Go, Girls!

Jesse Mitchell placed 3rd in the Junior Public Speaking.

Austin Schwengler place 1st in his Excellent, Intermediate Presentation, “The Cut”. We also had four young Cleavers give their very first public speech. Lots of nerves and stress, but every one of our 4-H members did an awesome job and deserve a huge round of applause!


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