Bluffton 4-H Club donates to two worthy causes

On December 1 there was a District Multi Species Judging at the Rimbey Agriplex.

Bluffton 4-H Club president Heidi Trenson presented a cheque for $1

On December 1 there was a District Multi Species Judging at the Rimbey Agriplex. We judged beef heifers, horses and hay. Lots of members from our club attended and did very well. Congratulations to juniors Tim Trenson who placed first and Katie Hudson placed third.

In the intermediate category first was Sylvia Trautman, second was Hanna Falt and third was Leah Trenson.

For Seniors Ben Trenson placed first and Heidi Trenson placed second. It was a great day!

We had our meeting on Dec. 6. We played games and had a potluck supper. Our club decided to donate $1,000 to the Rimbey Agrim Center and $250 to the Rimbey Food Bank Christmas program.

On December 14 some 4-H members went to the Liberty Hall Christmas potluck and did face painting. We have been having lots of fun and are ready for plenty more throughout the year!


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