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Airdrie 4-H Beef and Sheep Club gear up for Communications event

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  |  Posted: Thursday, Feb 20, 2014 06:00 am

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The members of the Airdrie 4-H Beef and Sheep Club gathered at the Agriculatural Building Feb. 3 for our monthly meeting.

The Communications committee held a workshop at the meeting outlining the important information about our Communications event. The members worked on impromptu speaking, we got to pull an item from a bag and then speak about the item, it was a lot of fun.

February is a busy month, our club Communications event will be held on Feb. 22 at the Airdrie Agricultural Building starting at 10 a.m. Come and listen to what amazing speakers 4-H has to offer, there are many interesting topics that our members will speak about. The next level of Communications competition will be Areas held at the Crossfield Baptist Church on March 8 at 9 a.m.

Our club sent two teams to the Regional Curling Funspeil at the Airdrie Curling Club on Feb. 17.

The Sheep members attended a Prospect Clinic, Jan. 25 at Bob Andersonís farm. Mr. Anderson provided lots of information to members about choosing a Market lamb and Pen of three Project animals.

Thank you Mr. Anderson for hosting the Prospect Clinic for our club.

The members are getting excited about getting their projects underway for the year.

Sheep Weigh Day will be taking place in mid March.

The Beef members have been busy working with their projects and keeping record books up to date.

Good luck to all our members with their upcoming Communication competition.

Ceili Konschuk


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