Winfield and District 4-H Beef Club Report

Once again our club has been very busy.
Members served at the annual Buck Lake Seniors Supper on Saturday, Dec. 6 and for all our hard work, we got a delicious free meal.

Once again our club has been very busy.

Members served at the annual Buck Lake Seniors Supper on Saturday, Dec. 6 and for all our hard work, we got a delicious free meal. Before anyone left, the members and leaders sang Christmas carols. We all had a great time and look forward to doing it again next year.

On Saturday, Dec. 14, the club had their Christmas Party held at the Alder Flats Bowling Alley. There was a potluck supper followed by our gift exchange. The food was great and so were the gifts. It was a very enjoyable night.

Our next planned event is our Calf Tour which will be on Sunday, Jan. 11 with a toboggan party to follow at the Parker residence.

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