New members welcome to drop in

Lone Butte 4H Club already busy preparing for projects

Lone Butte 4H Club members Dakota Richard


The Lone Butte 4H Club held its club speech day on Feb. 9.

Jorden Sass took first place in the junior category. Second place went to Hannah Meier and Hayden Sass took third place.

The club members give a big thank-you to judges Tracey Smith, Lori Stoney and Jane Trask who took time from their days to spend it with the members.


Bake sale

The club’s first bake sale of the year was a great success.

“We wish to thank everyone in the community who graciously came and supported us,” says A Leader Heidi Meier.

Look for the club’s next bake sale on March 15, just in time for St. Patrick’s Day.


Spring lambs

Members are gearing up to get their spring lambs and are busy doing book work in preparation – there is a lot to learn.


New members welcome

The Lone Butte 4H Club is still accepting new member registrations.

For more information, contact Heidi at 250-395-6039, or by e-mail at


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