Youth step up for 4-H show, baseball play

The funeral for Dale Toliver will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Rumsey Hall.

The funeral for Dale Toliver will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Rumsey Hall. We send our condolences to the Toliver family.

The date for Claire Swanson and Derek Krywcum will be Friday, June 21. The time has not been decided yet, but it should be fun. Plan to attend.

The Rumsey-Rowley 4-H Beef Club’s Show and Sale is coming up this coming Monday, June 3. This is a longstanding tradition of achievement among the young people of our community and I am sure it will prove to another great day for them again this year.

Good luck to all our 4-H members on this all important day.

If you have an opportunity to attend, it will be worth the drive out to Delia. The heifer and cow/calf pairs are up first at the show, then the steer show usually starts around noon.

The supper is scheduled for 5 p.m., then the awards are quickly presented so that everyone can head back to the arena for the sale to start at 7 p.m.

Baseball continues to be played through the area, so if you get a chance to catch a game, cheer on the kids. They always try their best and that’s great to see.

Keep in mind that the Rumsey Connection golf tournament has undergone a change this year. The date has been moved up to Thursday, June 13, and starts at 5 p.m. It will cost $35 per person and includes a delicious supper for all participants.

Please contact Elaine Weisse or Dariel McNaughton to register. Get in early because it always fills up quickly.

— Rumsey Record

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