Another 4H year has almost concluded. Our 4H projects this year have been a success and have been full of fun and lots of good memories.
Cooking members learned many everyday recipes and how to make for the family meal, such as macaroni, cookies, cakes, bread, pizza and my favorite jelly donuts.
Sewing misc. projects and how to make your garments and other projects beautiful. (I still think I should never try to sew my finger probably get in the way)
Woodworking members completed a few projects, my favorite throughout the year is the tool box, can’t wait to see them all.
Sheep members learned how to care and handle their sheep, most of them are market weight. Faith is my project sheep and she has been very interesting, only ran away once on me.
Small engines members have rebuilt the hand push lawn mower. Sure hope they can get them started, grass might be growing very soon!
With these projects, we are happy to have had the Cleaver kids participate in our club. They have added to many great moments.
We would like to congratulate Isabell Stamm for placing first at the Regional Intermediate Public Speaking. Job well done!
On April 26th we will be holding our Achievement Day at Crestomere School at 11:00 am. Each member has a display ready to be judged, the sheep will be shown and judged and then can be sold for market value with proceeds going to the club.
Thank you every one for your continued support to all of our learning experiences.