4-H Club News: Sheep and Goat

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.

Winners of county 4-H achievement awards named

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:

4-H Foundation honors achievement

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 4-H Council meets Sept. 14

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.

4-H Senior Profile: Makaila Etchart

• 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.

4-H Senior Profile: Hillary Hayes

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.

Neilson is state 4-H president

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.

4-H Senior Profile: ‘Weeg’ Kilduff

• 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 […]

4-H Senior Profile: Meg Nieslanik

• 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.

4-H shooting sports results

Senior archery 1st — Kaitlyn Dinwiddie 2nd — Mason Scritchfield 3rd — Colter Otwell

4-H Senior Profile: Megan Ridings

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.

Fashion Revue kicks off 2009 Fair

Participating in the Rio Blanco County 4-H Fashion Revue last Thursday night