(L-R) Catharina Brosinsky, Nya Domstad, Quinnlynn Holt, Jayden de Jonge, Adam Healing, David Smith and Brady Jaffray stand with the various items created through the club’s programs. Missing are Bo S., Jordan M., Peter B and John DJ. Photo submitted

Multi 4-H club Achievement Day

Local members showcase their talent and projects

Bashaw’s Multi 4-H Club’s Achievement Day was held Sept. 20 at Bashaw Meadows.

This year’s focus was on woodworking and photography.

The woodworking group completed picnic tables, small tables with shelf, storage crates, bat houses, Easter bunnies and baskets, Christmas stars, a stool and a bench.

The photography group did photoshoots of Bashaw as well as area farms, playgrounds, nature trail, animals, songs, shadows, spring, family treasures, songs, colors and light painting.

For anyone interesting in joining the club, there is an organizational meeting at 6 p.m. on Oct. 6 at the Bashaw Agricultural Society hall.

Projects available at this time are horse, canine, woodworking and photography.

– Submitted

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