4H Demo Day a “great show”

Yellowhead 4H Club Report by Lauren Tremblay - 4H Demo Day a “great show”

Yellowhead 4H members show the winning certificates they received during the Club’s recently held Demo Day.

It was a pretty interesting Demo Night on March 27 for the Yellowhead 4H Club.

The MC’s for the evening were Madison Kerslake and Lauren Tremblay. The amazing judges, who spent their afternoon judging the demonstrations were Dave Tremblay, Rhonda Kershaw, and Pat Paula.

The night had some impeccable demos from “Making Chocolate”, by Tyler and Tyson Schilling, to “How to Pack a Canoe” by Grace Kempter and Helen Newton. Leanna Mitchell and Spencer Pawloff kept us enthused with a demo on a “German Donut Recipe”. Kyle Zurbrugg and Christine Kempter showed us all “How To Make a Fence Brace”, and finally Josh Tremblay and Levi Kempter used power tools to demonstrate “How To Make a “Rabbit Hutch.” All of the Demos showed creativity and they made the night very special!

First place for Seniors was awarded to Leanna Mitchell and Spencer Pawloff, and second place went to Kyle Zurburgg and Christine Kempter. Tyler and Tyson Schilling won first place for Juniors, with second place going to Levi Kempter and Josh Tremblay.  Helen Newton and Grace Kempter came in third.

Saul Lingren and Dustin Pawloff did their Impromptu speeches, the theme being, “Where do you see yourself in 10 years?”

The night was a great show! The Yellowhead 4H club looks forward to hosting District Demo Day on April 5!


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