Chimney Valley 4-H Club beef club members Kevin Sokolan (left)

Chimney Valley 4-H Club beef club members Kevin Sokolan (left)

Chimney Valley 4-H hosts achievement day

Hello, my name is Adriane Kennedy and I am one of the reporters for the Chimney Valley 4-H Club.

Hello, my name is Adriane Kennedy and I am one of the reporters for the Chimney Valley 4-H Club.

The other reporters are my friends, Ayme Desmond and Karena Sokolan.

I am in my second year of 4H and I have a swine project.

We had our 4-H achievement day on July 28 at the Williams Lake Stockyards.

We would like to thank the judges and the volunteers who helped us show our 4-H projects.

The projects our club displayed and showed were swine, beef and Cloverbuds.  We also have gardening projects.

The results are below:

Sr. Swine Showmanship:  first, Amy Stafford; second, Ben Stafford; third, Laurel White; fourth, Parker Kennedy.

Jr. Swine Showmanship:  first, Adriane Kennedy; second, Marcus Kennedy; third, Ashley Howell; fourth, Samual Peepchuck.

Swine Breeding Guilt:  first, Amy Stafford.

Best Groomed Swine:  Adriane Kennedy.

Market swine: first, Amy Stafford;  second, Adriane Kennedy, third, Parker Kennedy.

Sr. Beef Showmanship: first, Keven Sokolan; second, Adam Stafford; third, Josh Shoults.

Jr. Beef Showmanship: first, Ayme Desmond; second, Karena Sokolan.

Market Beef: first, Keven Sokolan; second, Karena Sokolan; third, Ayme Desmond.

Best Groomed Steer: Karena Sokolan.

Beef Heifer: first, Ayme Desmond.

Achievement day was a great success and many would say it was tons of fun.

We look forward to the 54th annual 4-H Show and Sale and hope to see as many buyers as we can.

Please feel free to come on Aug. 17-22.  Thank you!

 

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