Alder Flats 4-H Multi Club April report

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We’ve had an exciting month with our 4-H club.

On March 13 we went snowshoeing at Crimson Lake. We learned a lot about different layers of snow and the wilderness. We also had lots of just snowshoeing and having snowball fights. On March 26 Wylie and Layne went on to regional presentations at the Red Deer College. They won first with their presentation “The Rush For Riches”, Congratulations. This is the last of public speaking for our club this year. Sarah won Leaders of Tomorrow, congratulations Sarah. Our last meeting was March 3rd and our theme was hat day, everyone wore great looking hats. After the meeting we had a workshop on our project books. Thank you Mrs. Magnuson, Mrs. Reid, Sarah and Leah for setting that up. On April 9 we went caving at Ratnest’s Cave. We climbed down holes that we could barely fit through and we also rapelled down cliffs. There was also a underground lake that was so deep you could go scuba diving in. Everyone had lots of fun.

Our next meeting is May 1 and our theme is a beach day. Coming up in the next month we are going fling at Wetaskwin Reynolds Museum and then having a Bar-B-Que on May 14th. We have to hand in our binders for judging on May 18th and Our Achievement day is June2nd. We are going to be busy.

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