The Rio Blanco 4-H Livestock Judging Team did well at the Lincoln/Otero counties’ livestock judging in Hugo. In the back row, from left, are Samuel Baylie, Madi Shults, Maclaine Shults and Ty Dunham. In front, from left, are Macy Collins, Marryn Shults and Kacie Lapp. The senior team placed first. Maclaine Shults was first for senior high indvidual and first in reasons, Madi Shults was second senior high individual and second in reasons while Macy Collins was third in junior reasons. There is one senior team and two junior teams. Members have traveled to contests in Cortez, Casper, Adams County, Weld County, Lincoln/Otero and will be traveling to Elbert County this weekend.
Special to the Herald Times MEEKER — The sheep club held its second meeting of the year Feb. 11 at 7 p.m. Related
MEEKER I The White River Swine Club meeting was held on April 30 at 7 p.m. and was called to order by president Casey Turner. Related
Kelly Moyer, a 2006 Meeker High School graduate and a recent graduate of Colorado State University, will travel to Germany for six months with the International 4-H Youth Exchange. Related