Cut­ting to the chase

The Citizen-Record (Cumberland) - - FRONT PAGE -

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

DAVE MATHIESON – CIT­I­ZEN-RECORD

DAVE MATHIESON – CIT­I­ZEN-RECORD

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.

DAVE MATHIESON – CIT­I­ZEN-RECORD

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.

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