Two first place winners for the Yellowhead 4H Club at District Demos

Yellowhead 4H Club Report by Lauren Tremblay - Two first place winners

Yellowhead 4-H Club District demo winners.

On Friday, April 5, the Yellowhead 4-H Club held the District demo’s in the Barriere Lions Hall.

Everybody had a surprise when they entered the Hall, as Yellowhead’s senior and junior demos were the only ones who showed up!

The awesome judges who spent their time evaluating, and giving great feedback were Georgia Dewey, Melanie Stutt, and Glenn Andrews.

Madison Kerslake and Hannah Feller were the MC’s who had funny jokes, and great trivia questions.

For seniors; first place went to Christine Kempter (pictured center) and Kyle Zurbrugg (far right) who did their demo on “Fencing Brace Building Basics”.

For juniors; Tyler and Tyson Schilling (both pictured left)came first, and did their demonstration was on “How to Make Chocolate”.

It was a great night, Yellowhead 4H Club was glad to hold the demonstrations, what better way to represent our club then to have two first places.


Way to go!



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