Have fun at the ayer’s cliff fair !
in Ormstown. “I wrote a 6 ½ minute speech about pursuing a career in agriculture and won second overall. Now I’m thinking about going to the national competition at the Royal in November,” said the 4Her who would like to take over her parents’ farm after she’s completed her studies.
The Hatley 4H Club’s popular “Pig Scramble” is back, with almost thirty kids aged between eight and twelve ready to try and catch a pig, at 6:00 pm on Thursday night, in front of the Grandstand. The Club is also holding a live turkey auction, turkeys raised by members of the Club, as a fundraiser for the Children’s Wish Foundation. Buyers of the turkeys receive them a few weeks after the auction, ‘oven-ready’.
And don’t forget to visit the Hatley 4H Club’s ice cream booth, open throughout the Ayer’s Cliff Fair, where you can get big cones, sundaes and milk shakes, all made with Coaticook ice cream. Proudly holding the Club
banner at Achievement Day were (l. to r.): Lorelei
Muller, Shelby Drew, Monica Parnell, Morgane
Passmore, Brittany Taillon, Emily Young and