The Rio Blanco County livestock judging team competed at the Tri-River Area contest on June 5 in Loma. The senior team of Maclaine Shults, Morgan Neilson and Stacey Fitzgibbons won the senior division.
RANGELY | The Rangely 4-H council met June 7 with four members attending. RaeLynn Norman, Shelby Neiberger, Torie Slagle and Tessa Slagle started the meeting in a competition of building “humans” with PVC pipe.
MEEKER | The Meeker 4-H shooting club had its first meeting on March 29. At this meeting, we elected the new club officers: J.C. Henderson as president. In this position, he runs the club meetings […]
RBC | Madi and Maclaine Shults represented Rio Blanco County and White River Livestock Club at a couple of judging contests held recently. On March 26, they hitched a ride with Bonnie Long’s club from […]
Sheep and Goat Growers: Morgan called the April 5 meeting to order. Taylor called roll and no minutes were read. Mason reported that we have $412.76 after we paid for advertising the jackpot. April 6 […]
RANGELY I The Panther Country has started another busy 4-H year. They have met several times for livestock judging and club meetings. On Feb. 25, McKale Pennell, Cheyenne Steele, Sarah Connor, Samantha Lapp and Tessa […]
MEEKER | The 4-H Council met on Feb. 2 and discussed Grandparents Appreciation Dinner that will be held on Sunday, Feb. 21. Dinner and entertainment is at 4 p.m. at the Extension office.
RANGELY | On Jan. 11, the Rangely 4-H council met for the first time after Christmas break. Torie Slagle led the meeting while Shelby Neiberger, Raelynn Norman, and Tessa Slagle ate pizza. They brainstormed fun […]