Off to great start - The Bashaw 4-H Beef Club started the year off with its organizational meeting on Oct. 22. Next on the agenda was weigh-in on Nov. 4 where members were introduced to 14 of the wonderful steer projects. This brought the club to its Dec. 3rd meeting. Pictured (back row, l-r): Tessa Morrison, Troy VanDeVoorde, Owen Oram, Emily Kohlman, Kayla VanDeVoorde and Annika Pearson. (Middle row): Brookelyn Holt and Alessa Morrison. (Front row): Ben Morrison, Tracy Oram, Brayden Mills, Scarlet Fowler, Adilane Bleakley, Hailey Peterson and Indy Fowler. Missing is Brooke VanDe Voorde. Photo submitted

PHOTO: Bashaw 4-H Beef Club off to great start

Members introduced to 14 steer projects

By Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

Members introduced to 14 steer projects

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