4-H holds achievement day

Rodeo Rednecks 4-H Club's achievement day on Sunday, Aug. 25 in Sunshine Valley

Owen Thon gets help from his mom, Alice Ramsourse, as he rides his horse Blue in Rodeo Rednecks 4-H Club’s achievement day on Sunday, Aug. 25.

Thon tied for high point cloverbuds with Ali Settle. He also won the most sportsmanlike award.

High point junior went to Reid Parlby of Louis Creek, runner up was Zandreya Richards.

High point intermediate was won by Kaya Breda, with runner up: Mackenzie Ross.

High point senior was Shaye Turcotte, and runner up was Jessica Rotzetter. 



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