New executive for Big Knife 4-H Club

By Shayla Derr

Big Knife 4-H Beef Club had their organizational meeting on Oct. 13. This year we have 25 members.

Our new executive consists of: Chance Derr as the new president; the vice-president is Joseph Ventnor, secretary is Jeanine Foot and the treasurer of this year is Rylee Jacobson.

Also for this year, the parliamentarian is Colin Foot and the club historians are Kyle Foot and Carson Montpellier. I, Shayla Derr am the new club reporter. The leader is once again Denise Jacobson.

Our annual weigh day was on Nov. 7 at 9 a.m., at John and Tammy Dolliver’s. Everything went smoothly with a meeting following weighing and snacks following after the meeting.

The next meeting will be on Dec. 13 at 7 p.m. and held at the Botha Seniors Centre. Bring your Christmas party ideas and we’ll see you there!

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