4-H members enjoy Summer Sizzler

Summer Sizzler, held from August 3-7 in Salmon Arm, was a fun event

Members of Clearwater Rodeo Rednecks 4-H Club enjoy their time at Summer Sizzler in Salmon Arm in mid-August. Pictured are (l-r) Jeanette Noble

Kelly Ludbrook

The Clearwater Rodeo Rednecks 4-H Club had an awesome time at Summer Sizzler this year, held from August 3-7 in Salmon Arm, enjoying great food and fun activities, which included horseback riding lessons and horse shows.

4H girlsClub members appreciated the many parents who helped out at Summer Sizzler.

The 4-H members are also enjoying their lessons at the Noble Quarter Horses Ranch in Sunshine Valley.

Dan Schapansky and ProForm feeds donated T-shirts to the club.

 

The club is also looking forward to the upcoming Provincial Winter Fair, to be held Sept. 22-25 in Barriere.

Inset phtoto: Mackenzie Ross and Kelly Ludbrook wear their newly donated T-shirts.

 

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