Young 4-H judges: On Jan. 5, 48 kids from the Ponoka District attended the Ponoka District 4-H Multi Species Judging. The event was hosted on Valstar Family Farm, west of Rimbey, and there were five different groups to judge: beef, goats, cakes, ladders, and identification/memory. The kids had lots of fun and were able to finish their day early and enjoy a long lunch. The winners from the Junior division are: 1st: Phoenix Hubl, 2nd: Ellen Roseboom, 3rd: Jack Steeves. The winners from Intermediate division are: 1st: Garren Skeels, 2nd: Charlottes Cutts, and 3rd: Morgan Wilson. The winners from Senior division are: 1st: Tim Trenson, 2nd: Steven Jaffray, and 3rd: Gary Waldron. Congratulations to those that placed well in the competition and we look forward to seeing old - and new - faces at next years competition. Photo submitted Photo submitted

Ponoka 4-H members host multi-species judging

The members went to a farm near Rimbey to host the judging event

The members went to a farm near Rimbey to host the judging event

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