Cutting to the chase
When it comes to sawing wood, 12-year-old Mallareigh Coffin, left, and 18-year-old Teresa Verstraten, proved they would not be messed with. The two Sunrise 4-H Club members competed in several woodsmen events Saturday in Pugwash. The Sunrise Club was one of several 4-H clubs that took part in the 4-H rally.
PUGWASH – Cumberland County 4-H Clubs gathered in Pugwash on Saturday to compete in woodsmen competitions. 4-H stands for My Head to clearer thinking, My Heart to greater loyalty, My Hands to larger service, My Health to better living. The 4-H motto is Learn to do by
Thirteen-year-old Bradley Smith, right, and 18-year-old Brandon Smith, competed on Saturday.
Thirteen-year-old Haley McRae also competed with a water pack on her back. McRae and Dewar were teammates in the relay race and they are both members of the Bay Vista Conns Mills 4-H Club.
Twelve-year-old Robin Dewar ran the course with a water pack on her back.
Twelve-year-old Kennedy Mills also ran the course with a water pack on her back. Mills’ teammate was Clattenburg and they are both members of the Double D 4-H Club.