Bashaw 4-H speakers moving up - On Feb. 11 the Bashaw 4-H Beef Club held its public speaking at the Bashaw Ag Grounds. All members did a wonderful job on their speeches making the day a very successful one. Moving on to Districts Public Speaking will be Aleesa Morrison in juniors, Annika Pearson in intermediate and Emily Kohlman in seniors. Congratulations to those members and good luck. Pictured in the photo are back row (l-r): Kayla VanDeVoorde, Emily Kohlman, Georgia Wray, Brooke VanDeVoorde, Shane Kohlman, Annika Pearson and Connor Pearson. Front row (l-r): Aleesa Morrison, Brookelyn Holt, Luke Wray, Indy Fowler, Tracy Oram, Hailey Peterson, Scarlet Fowler, Tyler Pearson, Brayden Mills, Bella Wray, Ben Morrison and Troy VanDeVoorde. Photo submitted

PHOTO: Bashaw 4-H members compete in public speaking

Three 4-H members are heading to Districts Public Speaking

Three 4-H members are heading to Districts Public Speaking

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