4-H achievement day nears

Wow, the year is almost over for 4-H and Achievement Day is sneaking up fast.

By Isaac McCaughey

Crestomere 4-H Multi Club

Wow, the year is almost over for 4-H and Achievement Day is sneaking up fast.

Public speaking club level was held Jan. 26 at the Crestomere School. In juniors, first place went to Mckenzie Gillard, in second was Aden McTaggert and in third was Paige Jensen. The intermediate winner was Isabell Stamm, second went Kayn Bondy and third was Brad Doornewaard. In seniors, first place went to Morena Stamm. Everyone did great and good luck in the next levels.

On March 1 members provided their services to The Friends of Crestomere School raising funds for the playground. Fun was had by all for a great community cause. Thank you to all parents who came to help us out.

Members over the past couple months have taken part in district Fun Days, public speaking events, winter camps, and off course project days. They include cooking classes: learning to cook an entire meal for the family or friends; wood project class: building birdhouses and nameplates, learning about hand and machine tools and they made a project for donation to The Friends of Crestomere School for auction; small engine projects: continue to learn tools and their uses, and learning to take and put together the engines. Pet projects: learning about pets

Looking forward to the next project days, many 4-H Fun Days, Highway clean-up and Achievement Day.