Lone Butte 4H Club working hard on projects, fundraising

Local 4-H Club looking forward to Show & Sale on Aug. 16-20 in Williams Lake

By Naomi Villeneuve

I am a member of the Lone Butte 4H Club.

Some of the things we have been involved in this year are bake sales, car washes as the police station, project meetings once a month, dog training at the Agriplex, Little Britches Rodeo Parade during which we had a float with our members and dogs.

We are looking forward to Show & Sale on Aug. 16-20 in Williams Lake. We will be camping in the stockyard parking lot.

Show & Sale is where the Williams Lake & District 4H Clubs get together to show and have their projects judged. Some of the projects are then sold at auction.

Some of the projects our club is offering this year are rabbit, dog, sheep, photography and Cloverbuds.

Our club collects bottles to raise money for the club.

For more information about bottle collections or about 4H, please contact our club leader Heidi Meier at 250-395-6039 or lonebutte4hclub@gmail.com.

Naomi Villeneuve is the club reporter for the Lone Butte 4H Club.


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