Welcome back to another year of Big Valley Beef 4-H

The club’s next fundraiser will be at the Big Valley Craft Sale - Christmas baking will be sold from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Nov. 16th

By Careese Primrose and Rilynn Stewart

Welcome back to another year of Big Valley Beef 4-H. We would like to welcome back our club leaders Raelene Sobschyshyn and Kristyn Lyke.

We would also like to welcome our five newest members – Careese and Ceaxna Primrose, Rogdon Brown, Owen Stewart and Grady Lohr.

Our first meeting was held on Oct. 10th, 2019. At the first meeting we had elections. This year’s president is Jacob Webster, followed by vice president Eric Elines.

This year’s secretary is Shelby Sobschyshyn and the treasurer is Peyton Lyke.

This year’s club reporters are Careese Primrose and Rilynn Stewart.

All together in our club we have 21 members.

The District 4-H Weigh Day was held on Saturday, Nov. 2nd from 9 a.m. to noon. We would like to thank the Stettler Auction who provided a free lunch from noon to 1 p.m.

There was also a feed seminar from 1 to 2 p.m.

Everyone was welcome to come and watch.

One of the Big Valley Beef 4-H Club fundraising activities is just around the corner. It is going to be held at the Big Valley Craft Sale. We will be having Christmas baking from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 16th.

Please come and support the Big Valley craft sale. We are also doing fundraising on Jan. 4th, 2020 which is a bottle and battery drive.


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