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Clairbank 4-H Club Report

Yay! Another year of 4-H fun!! Hello my name is Cedar Hayne, I am one of the reporters for the Clairbank 4-H Club.

We had our first club meeting on October 22, 2017. This year we have beef, light horse, crafts, and woodworking projects. We have two new members in our club this year. Because it was our first meeting of the year we elected a new executive for all the club jobs (president,secretary,etc). Everyone was handed a new constitution and we had to sign a contract to say we would follow all the rules and be good role models. We made lots of plans for the month of November.

During National 4-H Week, we will be volunteering at the Lyceum Movie Theatre November 2-5. On November 2 we will wear our 4-H colours to school. On November 3 the beef kids will be going to the Heartland auction mart to learn about sorting calves and then on November 4 the beef kids will watch the Heartland sale in Swift Current. On November 18 our club will be participating in the Craft Fair in Gull Lake. We will be selling baked goods, craft items (done by craft and woodworking members),and the 2017 4-H cookbooks.

Our next meeting will be on November 19, 2017. We will be doing a Food Drive and celebrating Christmas early by having a Christmas Pot Luck. Our 4-H members are busy selling Moms Pantry from now until November 19. If anyone would like to place an order please contact Candice Webb at 306-671-8010 or track down a 4-H member.

I am really excited to be the club reporter this year. Hope you enjoyed my report for my club. Thank You

Cedar Hayne

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