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Results for Wasa 4-H

The four Wasa goat members showed their animals and were judged - first place went to Colby Holt, second to Taylor Holt, third to Ryan Bednarczyk and first Senior Darynn Bednarczyk.  All showmanship members are responsible for properly showing their animals, training and making them stand properly.  This includes washing them, trimming hair and feet, cleaning ears, feet and nostrils.

Along with all the other winners we also gave out awards for our 2010 District Recordbook Award.  This was won by Junior Kendall Bostock, second went to Taitum Doering and for the Seniors - first went to Laura Serafini and second to Gabby Windels.

We also had a judged photography display on exhibit - first junior went to Makenna Jensen, first Senior to Cassidy Leuenberger, second to Kendall Bostock and third to Gabby Windels. District Horse Showmanship went to Jessica Wiebe.

District Aggregate winners from our rally held in May were -first junior Taitum Doering, second Alaina Weltz, third Tyler Press, Ryan Bednarczyk and Hannah Boulton, First Senior was Laura Serafini, second Austin Clark and Cassidy Leuenberger, and third Darynn Bednarczyk.

Two of our senior members also won 4-H provincial scholarships and they were Cody Blumhagen and Kurt Serafini.  Kurt Serafini also won a BC Cattleman’s Association scholarship.  Our district will host a camp at Rock Lake in Spetmeber.

Our program and day would not be successful without all the supporters of 4-H, the leaders, the parents and the alumni from previous years. This combined effort helps make our 4-H members have a memorable and rewarding experience.  It helps build strong responsible youth.

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