Club President, Kaylie Krys with her market lamb, Berkley, at the Vermilion 4-H Sheep Show on July 25.
Photo Angela Mouly
Oodles of cuddly sheep entered the ring as the Vermilion 4-H Sheep Club held their Annual Achievement Day on July 25, at the Vermilion Agricultural Grounds.
With their club slogan, “small but mighty,” club members showed off their hard work throughout the year as they showed their well groomed sheep and goats.
“I really love showing as a senior member. Sometimes watching a younger child you have helped succeed is more exciting than succeeding yourself. Spending time with club members throughout the year, they become like family,” said Kaylie Krys, Sheep Club president.
According to Penny Westergaard, all of the Vermilion 4-H Sheep Club members were successful.
“We would like to thank our judge, sponsors, and our volunteers,” said Westergaard.
I like all the things the 4-H Sheep Club taught me including responsibility, public speaking, making friendships, showcasing accomplishments with our animals, and how to have fun!” said past member and emcee, Madison Ferguson.