4-H members were eager to present their steers, heifers, donkeys, engineering, baking, and even snowmobile projects during the Clandonald 4-H Multi Club Achievement Day.
The Achievement Day, held on Saturday, May 26, started off at 1 p.m. with the 4-H pledge, and then quickly moved on to the events, which included: Junior, Intermediate, Senior Grooming, Junior, Intermediate, Senior Steer Class, Yearling Heifer Class, 3-year old Cow/Calf, Overall Female, Junior, Intermediate,
Photo submitted The Vermilion 4-H Light Horse Club celebrated 50 years during their Achievement Day on May 21. The club began in Vermilion during the 1967-1968 season, and this year added a driving project and two young horse projects.
Eighteen members spent the morning competing in show classes, and the afternoon competing in speed and gymkhana classes.
This year awards were presented to Emily Elder for the Most Dedicated Member, and to Riley Baldwin (absent) for the Mos