Winfield and District 4-H Beef Club

The season has started again for the Winfield and District 4-H Beef Club.

Welcome back 4-H Lovers.

The season has started again for the Winfield and District 4-H Beef Club. Our first meeting was on Sept. 12. In old business we talked about our community calendar fundraiser. Everyone is doing well selling calendars. In new business we talked about our calf weigh-in and when our second meeting would be held.

If anyone is interested in ordering a calendar or if your kids are interested in 4-H they can phone the Parkers at 780-388-2298. We also got a whole bunch of new Cleaver Kids and two new 4-H members. We welcome them warmly.

We held elections for positions and believe it or not, everything got filled with people left over. Jacob Parker is the new president and one of the district reps. Secretary is Kayla Leeder and Amy Seely is treasurer. Club reporter and the other district rep is Jessica Dalke. We have a brother and sister duo, Wyatt and Dawna Wicklund as historians. Social convenors are Brandon Leeder and Cole Schwengler. Cole is also parliamentarian.

Our next meeting is Oct. 24 at 6:30 p.m. at the Alder Flats Hall.

By Jessica Dalke

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