Ponoka 4H District multi species judging

Our first district event was multi species judging held at the Agrim Centre in Rimbey on Dec. 1. This event was attended by 55 excited 4H members from our district. We judged feeder steers, horses, shoes and christmas plants.

We also had a challenging identification table. As a fun activity we played charades.

The placings for the day where as follows:

Senior first- Tim Trenson, second- Garren Skeels, third- Steven Jaffray.

Intermediate first- Kevin Jaffray, second- Teresa Cutts, third-Sophia Hoogland.

Junior first- Carson Frank, second- Sierra Brand, third-Jordyn Millar.

Thank you to the Bluffton 4H Club, Winfield Gait Riders and Winfield Beef for planning this fun day and for the wonderful snack they provided after for all of us.

– Submitted by Curtis Frank, Ponoka 4H District reporter

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