Crestomere 4-H Multi Club news

This month the 4H members were busy preparing their speech for the public speaking event held on Jan. 24.

Crestomere 4-H members pose together for cameras after their public speaking event.


Submitted by Alyssa Hopkins

This month the 4H members were busy preparing their speech for the public speaking event held on Jan. 24. It was a busy, fun day that everyone enjoyed. We heard many different speeches on many different things, for example, cats, animal testing, northern lights, and farm fair, to name a few. Not only did everyone do an excellent job on the prepared speech, but they also did a great job on their impromptus!

I would like to congratulate all of the 4H members who not only shared their speeches, but their passions and personality’s, and special congratulations to the winners listed below.


1st – Charlotte Cutts

2nd – Aspen McTaggart


1st – Emma Rust

2nd – Aiden McTaggart


1st – Isabell Stamm

2nd – Alyssa Hopkins

Another special thanks goes out to our sponsors, AltaLink and Battle River Insurance, your sponsorship was greatly appreciated! And lastly, thank you judges for coming out and helping, we couldn’t have done it without you. We also appreciate all the advice you gave at the end.


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