Maidstone Gully Multiple 4-H Club learns to curl

Maidstone Gully Multiple 4-H Club has had a few busy months. We were awarded a rec board grant in January. Club members had the chance to learn to curl. A junior team was formed and they competed at districts and advanced to regionals where they lost in the finals. The team consisted of skip Jayce Myer, third Mickey Blyth, second Tristan Blyth, lead Lucas Kinchen and spares Kayden Powell and Roper Rodh. A senior team was made between our club and Manitou Lake Multiple. They advanced from districts to regionals, regionals to provincials and they won gold. Yay! Skip was Doug Sroka, third was Faith Chibri, second was Danae Reid and lead was Torrie Chibri.

We held Little Caesars pizza sales throughout February with a delivery date of March 14. We had demos from dairy, leather working, model making, fun with foods and photography. Candice is arranging a first aid course for interested members.

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Speeches were March 3. Members did a great job. In cloverbuds, first was Kayden Tuplin and second was Karli Myer. In juniors, first was Taylor Reid and second was Alexis Brett. In intermediate, first was Amanda Kaminski and second was Chloe Knorr. In seniors, first was Doug Sroka and second was Hannah Lahey.

We will be having a winter carnival and penny carnival in March. The club will also have a booth in the trade fair to expand knowledge of 4-H in our area and to sell tickets. Thank you to the rec board for sponsorship.

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