Big Knife makes cut into new 4-H season

The Big Knife 4-H Beef Club had its first meeting of the season Oct. 17 at the Botha Senior Centre.

By Keyonna Derr, Club correspondent – Big Knife 4-H Beef Club

The Big Knife 4-H Beef Club had its first meeting of the season Oct. 17 at the Botha Senior Centre.

The new executive council for the 2012-13 year is:

Leader — Denise Jacobson.

President — Shayla Derr.

Vice-president — Kyle Foot.

Treasurer — Mackenzie Hankins.

Secretary — Carson Montpellier.

Parliamentarian — Alex Skocdopole.

Club reporter — Keyonna Derr.

Club historians — Rylee Jacobson, Megan Kobi and Shayna Brower.

Phone committee — Austin Jacobson and Katherine Dolliver.

Lunch committee — Steele Nichols and Tori Brower.

This is expected to be another great year, with 27 members in the club.

Weigh day will be this Sunday, Nov. 4, at John and Tammy Dolliver’s farm at 1 p.m.

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