Crestomere 4-H Multi-Club report

We had our public speaking event at the Ponoka Secondary Campus on Feb. 1.

Here are the results for the public speaking event.

Junior

First place: Evangeline Hoogland, second place: Tian Stephenson.

Intermediate

First place: Kolton Hoogland, second Place: Isabella Sweet.

Senior

First Place: Quinn Woods, second Place: Aspen McTaggart.

These members will move on to zone public speaking which will be held at Lincoln Hall on Feb. 23.

We held a meeting at Crestomere School on February 8. After the meeting we broke off into the different project groups.

Sheep

The sheep group discussed nutrition and feeding your lambs and then they had a nutritionist come in to discuss feeding your ruminant.

Sewing

The sewing group finished their stuffed toy projects and worked on record books.

Woodworking

First year members built semi-trailers and a toy vehicle to haul. Second years finished maple mallets and then started catapults.

Fourth year members finished sanding blocks and worked on laptop desks.

Small Engines

The small engines group started to reassemble the dirt bike engine. They finished disassembling the minibike and washed the frame.

Advanced Foods

The advanced foods group made homemade egg noodles and a creamy sauce with bacon bits. They updated their project books.

Outdoors

The outdoors group went on Feb. 17 to Camrose to luge.

Cleavers

The Cleavers group had Claudia from The Ellis Bird Farm come and talk to them about bats. They played interactive games and made a bat craft.

Our next meeting will be at Lincoln Hall on March 14 at 10 a.m.

– Submitted by club reporter Jack Steeves

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