Rodeo Rednecks 4H Club celebrates achievements

The winners from Rodeo Rednecks 4H Club’s awards banquet on Sunday, Nov. 18

Rodeo Redneck instructor Ed Noble (l) gets a bit emotional after the members surprise him with two signs for his horse ranch.

The following are the winners from Rodeo Rednecks 4H Club’s awards banquet on Sunday, Nov. 18. The event was held at Clearwater ski hill.

Recognition awards: (received a bag containing horse crunchies, salt block and grain scoop as well as a picture plaque and a participation certificate) – Rose Thon, Mackenzie Ross, Paige Weninger, Luke Ovenden, Emily Talbot, Jessica Rotzetter, Shaye Turcotte, Indigo Johnson, Gareth Hewett, Kaylee Paterson, Cherie Witts, Morgan Spencer, Zoe Ovenden and Kaylee Hudema.

Perpetual awards:

Communications: Jr. Speech – Zoe Ovenden, Sr. Speech -Cherie Witts, Cloverbud Speech- Mackenzie Ross and Rose Thon, Demonstration- Cherie Witts and Breann Fischer, Speak and Show- Kaylee Hudema

Husbandry- Indigo Johnson, Gareth Hewett and Kaylee Hudema.

Jr. Judging – Kaylee Hudema, runner-up: Paige Weninger.

Sr. Judging- Indigo Johnson and Gareth Hewett, runner-up: Cherie Witts.

Cloverbud Judging: Rose Thon and Mackenzie Ross.

Jr. Equitation: Kaylee Hudema, runner-up: Indigo Johnson.

Sr. Equitation: Cherie Witts, runner-up: Indigo Johnson.

Cloverbud Equitation: Mackenzie Ross and Rose Thon.

Art Young Memorial Award – Provincial Winter Fair: Sr., Cherie Witts, runner-up: Kaylee Paterson. Jr., Kaylee Hudema, runner-up: Zoe Ovenden.

Jr. Record Books: Kaylee Hudema, runner-up: Zoe Ovenden

Sr. Record Books: Indigo Johnson and Cherie Witts, runner-up: Shaye Turcotte.

Cloverbud Record Books: Rose Thon and Mackenzie Ross.

Most Challenging Project: Gareth Hewett.

Top Fundraising Members: Paige Weninger, Mackenzie Ross, Kaylee Hudema, Indigo Johnson and Cherie Witts, runners-up:  Shaye Turcotte and Gareth Hewett.

Most Improved Jr. Member: Paige Weninger.

Most Improved Sr. Member: Shaye Turcotte.

Most Sportsmanlike Member: Mackenzie Ross.

Jr. Hi Point Award: Kaylee Hudema, runner-up: Paige Weninger.

Sr. Hi Point Award: Cherie Witts, runner-up: Indigo Johnson

Most Outstanding Member(s)  (received horse blankets donated by Ed and Jeanette Noble of Noble Quarter Horses): Mackenzie Ross and Rose Thon.


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