MEEKER | The first Sheep and Goat 4-H Club meeting of the year was Jan. 5. To start off, Morgan Neilson called the meeting to order. Taylor Neilson gave last year’s treasurer’s report. Morgan called roll.
RBC I The Meeker Council hosted its awards program Nov. 1 and the Rangely Council held its awards program Nov. 8. 2008-2009 Meeker Council officers:
MEEKER I At the 4-H Achievement Banquet, Kathy Collins, 4-H Foundation Board member, presented the Outstanding 4-H Jr. Member award to Madison Shults. The Outstanding Intermediate 4-H Member award went to Taylor Neilson, and the Outstanding Sr. 4-H Member went to Morgan Neilson.
RANGELY | The Rangely 4-H Council meeting was held Sept. 14. The seven members present were Shelby Neiberger, Brittany Babineau, CJ Lucero, Kayte Allred, Colt Allred, Torie Slagle and Tessa Slagle.
• How long have you been involved in 4-H? Eight years. • What is your favorite 4-H activity? My favorite 4-H activity is preparing my lambs for fair. I enjoy shearing and preparing them for my showmanship and market class.
RANGEY | • How long have you been involved in 4-H? This will be my 10th year in 4-H. • What is your favorite 4-H activity? Working with calves.
MEEKER I Morgan Neilson isn’t afraid to aim high. The senior-to-be at Meeker High School set her sights on becoming the state 4-H president.
• How long have you been involved in 4-H? I am currently in my 12th year. I was in Cloverbuds for two years, and small engine repair for three years. I have been a junior leader for the past three years and I am currently in my 10th year as a market beef member of […]
• How long have you been involved in 4-H? Ten years. • What is your favorite 4-H activity? I love raising my sheep and pigs.
Senior archery 1st — Kaitlyn Dinwiddie 2nd — Mason Scritchfield 3rd — Colter Otwell
My favorite 4-H activity is grooming my animals for show. I spend hours getting my animals ready for the show, and I love it.