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4-H member off to provincials

By Ethan Dyck, Morden Achievers 4-H


On Jan. 10 we had our first general meeting of 2018 and we talked about preparing speeches.
From Jan. 19-21 there was a 4-H camp at Winkler Bible Camp. Three members went.
4-H speeches were held Feb. 6-8.
In the junior category Cassidy Marsolais won first, Nicole Rouire won second and Koen Thiessen won third.
In the intermediate category Matthew Elliot won first, Melanie Rouire won second and Felicity Dueck won third.
In the senior category Meghan Sandercock won first, Brooklyn Hoeppner won second and Claudette Brodie won third.
In the intermediate one person visual category Annabelle Dueck won first, Tegan Mann won second and Fallon Waddell won third.
In the Senior 2 Person Visual category September and Sydney Bisschop won first, while Logan Dyck and Ben Giesbrecht won second.
Katelyn Dyck won the Adult one person visual category.
A big thanks to our wonderful judges including Brian Nedohin, Janelle Rempel, Janelle Chawrun, Lavonne Kroeker, Jeanette Rainkie and Melissa Rainkie. Our first place members went on to represent the club on March 10 at Red River Area Communications.
Katelyn Dyck won first place in the adult one person visual at that event and will go on to provincial communications in Brandon in April.
On Feb. 17, the Red River 4-H rally took place at the Winkler Curling Rink, with 23 members and 10 leaders in attendance along with 10 other 4-H clubs from the area. There was lots of fun with curling and workshops including slime, hot chocolate jar mixes, sock puppets, suncatchers, paper airplanes, bird seed feeders, fruit kabobs and Lego. The Morden Tae Kwon Do Club also gave a cool demonstration.
We will be getting ready for achievement on April 30. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the program starts at 7 p.m. Come check out the cool displays. Everyone is welcome.