Rum­sey & Dis­trict Reg­is­ter

The Drumheller Mail - - CLASSIFIEDS - Patty Steen 403-368-3820

The re­sults are in from the 4-H Show and Sale and you can be proud of our kids again this year. The Rum­sey/ Row­ley club did very well. I will list the re­sults from the club level and if they went on to win in the dis­trict level it will be noted. In con­fir­ma­tion, the Grand Cham­pion went to Amanda Holowath where she went on to Dis­tricts to bring in Re­serve award. Re­serve Grand Cham­pion at club level went to Cor­byn Stone­man. In Junior Groom­ing, first went to Ry­ley Map­pin and sec­ond went to Blake Stone­man. Ry­ley con­tin­ued on to win Junior Dis­tricts Groom­ing as well. In­ter­me­di­ate groom­ing first went to Cor­byn Stone­man who placed sec­ond at dis­tricts level. Zoey Avre­menko took home sec­ond. In Se­nior groom­ing there was a tight race be­tween Brett Holowath and Van­nessa Rich­mond with Brett tak­ing first and Van­nessa tak­ing sec­ond.

In the Show­man­ship cat­e­gory, at Junior level, Ry­ley Map­pin again took home first and his brother Brady took home sec­ond. At In­ter­me­di­ate level, Cor­byn Stone­man re­ceived first while Amanda Holowath won sec­ond spot. Amanda also won sec­ond at the Dis­tricts level. In Se­niors com­pe­ti­tion, Brett Holowath was recog­nised for his ef­forts with a first place rib­bon and Van­nessa re­ceived sec­ond spot.

The Rate of Gain went to Meah Rich­mond’s calf with an amaz­ing 3.52 lbs per day rate of gain. That was cal­cu­lated on 205 days of feed from Novem­ber to show day.

Ear­lier in the day, the heifers and cow/calf catagories were in the ring. Blake Stone­man beat out his older brother, Cor­byn, with his heifer en­try. Good for you Blake, prob­a­bly doesn’t hap­pen too of­ten. That awarded Blake with the Grand Club Fe­male Cham­pion and Cor­byn with the Re­serve Cham­pion. May your fe­males go on to raise you many more 4-H cham­pi­ons. Amanda Holowath won the Cow/calf cat­e­gory but lost out to the Stone­man boys in the over­all fe­male grand cham­pion com­pe­ti­tion.

Rum­sey/Row­ley con­tin­ued to clean up on the awards as they won the Pen of 3, Stall com­pe­ti­tion and Ry­ley Map­pin won sec­ond in Dis­trict Junior judg­ing. The awards night date is still ten­ta­tive at this time so hope­fully I will be able to let you know next week as the club al­ways opens its doors to ev­ery­one who has helped the kids dur­ing the year to come and en­joy a de­li­cious steak sup­per that evening.

The Mid­gets will be play­ing base­ball this evening up at the di­a­monds so head up if you want to en­joy a good game of base­ball. They are do­ing well in their league this year but will have some make up games to clear off the sched­ule in the next few weeks be­cause of pre­vi­ous rain­outs.

I would like to send out a con­grat­u­la­tions to Jim and Stephanie Rich­mond on the im­pend­ing mar­riage of their daugh­ter, Sa­man­tha to Bran­don Nemetz this com­ing Satur­day, June 18. The wed­ding will be held on the farm with a dance to fol­low at the Rum­sey hall. They would like to in­vite the com­mu­nity at large to come cel­e­brate their nup­tials at the dance. There will be a toonie bar.

Pat Hatt hosted the birthday party at St. Mary’s Lodge in May and there were two spe­cial birth­days to cel­e­brate from the Lodge this month; Pete Frere and Ted Wilkin­son. Pat Holowath will be host­ing the next party on June 20. Thank you Linda for bring­ing me this news.

Quote from a High School Grad­u­ate:

When I say I will miss school, I mean my friends and the fun NOT the study­ing part!

Have a great week.

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