Ca­tron County 4-H Meet­ing

Catron Courier - - Front Page - By Lau­ren Jensen, County Coun­cil Re­porter

The Ca­tron County 4-H Coun­cil held their spring, county-wide meet­ing at the Que­mado School on March 23,2018. The day started off with games. The ob­ject of one of the games was to build the tallest tower that would sup­port one egg us­ing only news­pa­per and mask­ing tape. Con­grat­u­la­tions to the green team —Gary, Colton, C.J., Hesston, and Clara—for win­ning that game! Then Mrs.

Ch­eryl But­ter­field, our guest speaker, gave a work­shop on how to pre­pare and present a de­mon­stra­tion speech.

Mrs. Kayla Drum­mond gave a pre­sen­ta­tion on "Mak­ing Record Books Eas­ier" and Mr. Tracy Drum­mond gave one on "ShowAn­i­mal Se­lec­tion".

While the 4-H’ers had a scav­enger hunt, Mr. Drum­mond gave a lead­er­ship work­shop for the adults. A hot dog lunch was pro­vided and var­i­ous door prizes were given out.

The Pie-o-neer's 4-H Club won the prize for the club with the high­est per­cent­age in at­ten­dance, and the Horse Spring's 4-H Club won the prize for the high­est num­ber of at­ten­dants.

Thirty-two mem­bers, eleven lead­ers, six par­ents and four adults at­tended the meet­ing. We look for­ward to see­ing you at the next county-wide meet­ing!

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