Local 4-Hers showcase communications skills
– Members of the Chignecto 4-H Club held their communications competition at St. Mark’s hall on Sunday, March 11. Judges for the competition were Judy Carlisle, Steve Gates and Erin Allen. Lauren Trueman was the MC for the event.
Leader Judy Carlysle was presented with the Leader of The Year award for New Brunswick. Leader Lori Hall went to Debert on a leaders’ conference for the Atlantic Provinces.
Results from the public speaking competition were:
- Cloverbuds - first, Nicole Carter spoke on the Massie program; second, Krista spoke on sheep.
- Juniors - first, Shane Legere, spoke on building his house; second, Jessica Gallant spoke on what she learns from cooking, third, Annika Williams spoke on cash, Mason Prescott spoke on Lt. Colonel Craig Atchison, Trevor Dulenty spoke on N.B. show
Dulenty and Jared Ovechkin.
- Intermediate - first, Cory Hall spoke on a Quebec trip; second, Brhaen Baird spoke on “A Game”; third, Chelsea Ripley spoke on pit bulls, Jessie Oulton spoke on cadets and Mark Oulton spoke on four-wheeling.
- Cloverbud single demonstration - first, Mara Williams demonstrated how to make brown sugar shortbread.
- Cloverbud double demonstration - Marissa Lefurgey and Noah Onichino demonstrated how to draw a clown. - Junior single demonstration - Sara Hall demonstrated how to knit a purse.
- Intermediate single demonstration - first, Lena Gallant demonstrated clicker training.
- Intermediate double demonstration - first, Brook Wells and Camryn Trenholm demonstrated how to make a rocket. - Senior single demonstration - first, Nicholas Rommens, LED lamp; second, Cheryl
Trenholm, 4-H cupcakes; Stacey Mitton biscuits.
All of the first place members will attend the District Competition on March 24.
The service in the Parish of Westmorland for Sunday will be an 11 a.m. Holy Commun-
third, ion with the Rev. Lig Haugen-strand celebrating. All are welcome.
The Community Coffee Corner will be held on the last Friday in March at St. Mark’s hall from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. All are welcome.
Don’t forget the breakfast on April 21 at St. Mark’s hall 7 to 10 a.m.
Our prayers go out to the family of Albert Landry who passed away last week.
Get well wishes go out to all those in our area who are not feeling well.
Happy belated birthday wishes go out to Marsha Chapman.
On March 20, I will have reached another rung on the ladder.