Lacombe 4-H Dairy Club’s report

Our annual meeting was held on Oct. 13 at the Klugvists’ house.

By Club Reporter Isabell Stamm

Our annual meeting was held on Oct. 13 at the Klugvists’ house. We have two new members this year and are glad to see many old members return from last year’s eventful year.

We held elections and the executive is as follows.

President: Henriet van de Brake

Vice-president: Austin Klugvist

Secretary: William van de Brake

Treasurer: Carson Klugvist

Club Reporter: Isabell Stamm

Historian: Alice Hehli

Parliamentarian: Kristy van de Brake

District representatives: Henriet van de Brake, Stan Yzerman, David Verhoef

Social convenors: Mariah Schurrman, Rueben Vanderlinde, Aleah Klugvist

Assistant leaders: Joan Klugvist, Hennie van de Brake, Joanne Vanderlinde, Heini Hehli

Leader: Rene Klugvist

Peewee leaders: Hennie van de Brake, Gerie Yzerman

Our club was at the Westerner on Oct. 27, picking up bottles at the grounds to fundraise for our club. Coming up, our club is going to the Dairy Day at Unique in Rochester to meet lots of new 4-Hers and have some fun. We will be selecting our calves on Dec. 8 at Appel’s, and having our public speaking workshop on Jan. 5 at Lincoln Hall. We are also planning on having a Christmas party together as a club on Dec. 29. We are looking forward to the coming year and can`t wait to learn many new things in our new year.

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