Rayell Haustein

Erskine 4-H Beef Club holds first meeting

Selling ice melt as fundraiser

By Rayell Haustein

Erskine 4-H Beef Club Reporter

Hello everyone. The 4-H year has started up again!

In October the Erskine 4-H beef club had our first meeting. At the meeting, we voted on elective positions. Glen Morbeck and Amanda Haustein are our leaders along with Sarah Chapman as our assistant leader. Lowell Van Straten is president, Connor Robertson – vice president, Kayla Robertson – secretary, Sydney Lepard – treasurer, Rayell Haustein – club reporter, Hannah Van Straten and Aryann Haustein – historians, Chance Morbeck, Bryson Haustein and Jaydon Haustein- Parliamentarians.

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Our club has 14 members and two cleavers this year. Weigh- in was on Nov. 3 at the Stettler Auction Mart. We have 12 market steers, two carcass steers, three heifers, and potentially three cow/calf pairs come Achievement Day.

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We will be selling Ice Melt again as a fundraiser. The money will go toward stall display material, club activities or club accessories. Each pet-friendly and sidewalk safe pail costs $20. If you would like to help our club out and purchase a pail you can contact Glen Morbeck at 403- 742- 3838, or Amanda Haustein at 403-742-6269.

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