Third place in the Yellowhead 4-H members photo contest was this portrait shot by Braelin MacDougall.

Yellowhead 4-H announces photo contest winners

By Yellowhead 4-H Photography Club

The winners of the Yellowhead 4-H photo member contest have been announced. Congratulations to Caydence Ewert, Amber McNeice, Braelin MacDougall, and Tessa Salle for these talented submissions.

While we all really miss our regular meetings and our group outings to local farms, especially this time of year when all the new babies are coming, we are making it work with online togetherness via Facebook, Zoom, email, and the occasional old school phone call.

Stay tuned for some more great pictures with some DIY creative lighting from the kids, as well as our current contest ‘Motion’.

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