Back row, L-R: Brooklynn Olson. Addison McKinney, Quaid McKinney, Jon Yadlos and Chloe Yadlos. Front row, L-R: Trent Pashak, Payton Fox, Carter Gustafson and Holden Fox. Photo submitted

Ponoka 4-H Beef Club report

Local club holds public speaking event

On February 8/2020 East Ponoka 4-H Beef Club held their club public speaking event. Everyone did great job and the following speakers will go forward to zones:

Junior, first, Chloe Yadlos, second, Holden Fox; Intermediate, first, Quaid McKinney, second Addison McKinney; Senior, first, Brooklynn Olson.

The Calumet Curling Club donatrf their bottles and cans to our 4-H Beef Club.

In March we will have a mini show and practice our showmanship and showing skills in preparation for our Show and Sale on May 5.

– Submitted by club reporters Holden and Payton Fox

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