Rodeo Rednecks wind up active year

Rodeo Rednecks 4-H Club had a wonderful year-end banquet to celebrate the accomplishments of the members

Members of the Rodeo Rednecks 4-H Club gather for a group photo. Pictured are (back

Kelly Ludbrook

The Rodeo Rednecks 4-H Club has wrapped up another successful year.

We had a wonderful year-end banquet to celebrate the accomplishments of the members and to recognize the efforts of those who make our club a success.

We enjoyed a wonderful meal put on by the Gateway Grill as we watched the members be presented with awards for their achievements.

A year-end slideshow included all the events from the beginning of the year to the end.

The 4-H club received donations from Clusko Logging and On Call Services during the year.

Rodeo Rednecks appreciates all of those who have graciously given to the cause and look forward to meeting again in the New Year.

 

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