Crestomere 4-H preparing for bottle drive

Public speaking events start up in February

Submitted by Avery Black

The Crestomere 4-H club is having a bottle drive on Feb. 3rd.

The parents helping with that are Eileen Rust and Linda Black. Next we are doing a tire recycling event in June some time.

Last but not least we are having our public speaking event on Feb. 10th.

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Foods – We made butter cakes and decorated them with lots of icing.

Canine – We did a presentation on dogs, obstacle course.

Small Engines – They worked on the Mud Bogger, took apart the dirt bike.

Sheep – They did a multi species judging and a field trip to the wool mill.

Woodworking – Made catapults, sanding blocks and built a semi-truck.

The Cleaver Kids did pioneer games, made butter, played Tic Tac Toe, made gingerbread houses and Christmas cookies.

Our last meeting was on Dec. 9th.

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