Rockin 4-H Multiple Club welcomes new juniors

The Rockin 4-H Multiple Club would like to thank Farm Credit Canada for the grant our club received.  It has been used to help provide a weekly snack to the students of Hafford Central School. Farm Credit Canada’s generosity is greatly appreciated.

Our club has eight members, participating in three projects. Our Cloverbuds are busy exploring 4-H and learning about music, hobbies, light horse and other 4-H projects. The cooking group has been focusing on ethnic foods. They have made Mexican, Asian and German foods so far and are looking forward to taking a Food Safety Course in March. Light Horse has two new juniors that are in the process of learning more about 4-H. These girls have spent a lot of time preparing and practicing their speeches for Districts on March 1. They are excited to attend the Equine Education Day at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine at the U of S on March 7 to learn more about horse health care. 

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Feb. 13 our members stood up in front of their families and friends and gave their speeches. Thank you to our judges, Lynda Erlandson and Colleen Wicks. They did a great job. The winners will be participating in District Speeches on March 1 at the Western Development Museum.

Rockin 4-H hosted a Curling Funspiel for the district on Feb. 28 in North Battleford at the CUplex.  Funspiels are always a great time for all the players.

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