Byemoor Beef Club news

BYEMOOR 4-H -- In the month of November, the Byemoor 4-H Beef club had one meeting on Nov. 8 that included weigh in.

BYEMOOR 4-H — In the month of November, the Byemoor 4-H Beef club had one meeting on Nov. 8 that included weigh in. We also went to play cards at the Byemoor seniors’ center on Nov. 17. All of the members enjoyed learning how to play crib. We started the month of December with a meeting and event on the 5th.

On Dec. 5, the Byemoor Beef club held our annual tree sale, starting at noon, at Santa Day in Byemoor. We had good weather for the afternoon outside as well as a good sale.

In the meantime, inside the hall we prepared candy bags for the kids, decorated the Christmas tree and had a club meeting. At 2 p.m. Santa arrived at the hall. All of the kids had great time coming up to get their pictures taken on Santa’s knee and a candy bag.

This year, along with the Christmas trees, we also sold pails of ice melt as a fundraiser for our club.

Thank you to everyone who came out to support our club by buying ice melt, a Christmas tree, or getting a picture with Santa. We hope to see you back next year!

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