Yellowhead 4-H January update

Riley Knoll, Yellowhead 4-H Club Reporter

Another 4-H year has started and we would like to welcome back all of our seasoned members, and we are excited to get to know all of our new members as well.

This year our club has 54 members!

We will be continuing with our beef, sheep, goat and photography projects, as well as adding rabbit.

All of our members are very excited to show-case their animals throughout the year and learn and have fun with them in the process.

We would also like to welcome back all of our sponsors and thank them for once again supporting and helping our club.

Our first club event this year will be Speech Day on Feb. 18, at the Lion’s Hall in Barriere.

We are very excited to start the new year and can’t wait to see what it has in store for us!

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