Wonowon 4-H Club Report

Welcome back everyone! I hope you all enjoyed the sunshine and warm weather.

Picking out the 4-H animals: Sara and I picked out the 4-H animals on October 8, 2019. I had two steers picked out of the bunch and one of them was about 800-900 pounds. So I picked the other one that Mom said was a steer and a half. When I picked my heifer, I could not decide which one to pick because one of them I liked ever since she was born. In fact, I was sure I was going to pick that one. But when Dad and I went way out on the range, I saw one heifer there that I really liked and Dad asked me if she was going to be a 4-H animal. I said, "Well maybe she might be," and from that moment on I was not sure which heifer to pick until right at the last minute, when I decided to pick the one that was way out on the range.

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The 4-H weigh-In: We weighed the 4-H animals November 2, 2019. We learned that Sara’s steer weighed 824 pounds and mine weighed 710 pounds. Sara’s heifer weighed 730 pounds and mine weighed 800 pounds.

The 4-H Elections and Awards Night was November 15, 2019: The 4-H Elections were great. We learned that:
Logan is new President
Heidi is the new Vice President
Sara is the Secretary
Teana is the new Treasurer
I am the Press Reporter
Rebecca is the new Safety Officer.

Awards night was awesome and it was great to see a lot of my friends! The dance was awesome it was great to see lots of people enjoying themselves. Thank you to the Prespatou music band for the great music!

A special thanks to all the sponsors and congratulations to all the winners.

A special thanks to CO-OP for sponsoring this page.

— Grace Trask, Wonowon 4-H Club Reporter

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