New members at Byemoor 4-H

At the Byemoor 4-H Beef Club, we weighed our calves on Nov. 8, and there was a lot of good looking calves there to start the year off.

Making it to a picture – Byemoor 4-H club members posed on the ground to write the name of their club at the beginning of a new year of activities.

At the Byemoor 4-H Beef Club, we weighed our calves on Nov. 8, and there was a lot of good looking calves there to start the year off.

My name is Shayla Schilling and I will be the club reporter for the 2009-2010 year.

We had a meeting at Yates, and held elections: president is Grace Sorensen, vice president- Tyler Stewart, secretary- Kourtney Schilling, treasurer- Tyler Gish, historian- Allison Yates, parliamentarian- Anton Stewart, social committee- Kalie Stewart, Shayla Schilling, Ashley Keith.

We welcome two new members to our club Tyler Gish and Emily Brown.

Our club will be selling Christmas trees and taking pictures with Santa on Dec. 5 in Byemoor.

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