Rodeo Rednecks hold Achievement Day at Noble Farm

We had a great weekend and another successful year. We thank everyone for making it happen

Mackenzie XXXX holds her first place ribbon after winning a western riding event during Rodeo Rednecks 4H Club's Achievement Day on Saturday

Rodeo Rednecks 4-H Club had a successful Achievement Day on Sunday, Aug. 26. With all members being equally competitive, we had tons of fun.

Each member who participated in the day received a Bride bag with the club logo on it.

The senior all around high point award went to Cherie Witts and the junior high point award went to Emily Talbot. Zoe Ovenden won the high point English award. Sportsmanship award went to Mackenzie Ross.

 

We had a great weekend and another successful year. We thank everyone for making it happen. See you in Barriere for Provincial Winter Fair, Sept. 21 – 24.

 

 

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