4-H Livestock Judging…

The Rio Blanco 4-H Livestock Judging Team did well at the Lincoln/Otero counties’ livestock judging in Hugo. Share on Facebook

4-H swine club demonstrates

MEEKER I The third White River 4-H Swine Club meeting was held on March 19. The meeting was call to order by President Casey Turner at 7 p.m. Club members then did the Pledge of Allegiance, the 4-H pledge and roll call. Share on Facebook

4-H Beef Club meets March 4

MEEKER I At the last Meeker Beef meeting on March 4, the club discussed the importance of the country of origin forms. Share on Facebook

Meeker 4-H swine club

MEEKER I The second White River Swine Club meeting was held Feb. 29. The meeting was called to order by Casey Turner, club president. Share on Facebook

Meeker Ghost Riders meet

MEEKER I The first meeting of the Meeker Ghost Riders 4-H Horse Club was held Feb. 26. Share on Facebook

Meeker 4-H swine club

MEEKER I The second White River Swine Club meeting was held Feb. 29. Share on Facebook

Meeker 4-H Beef Club report

MEEKER I At the first Meeker Beef meeting on Jan. 28, we elected officers and made arrangements for a feeder show and weigh-in on Feb. 24. Share on Facebook

Seniors rock! …

MEEKER | According to Dessa Watson extension agent 4-H/Youth development, “a nice group of kiddos” served 34 grandparents at the annual 4-H grandparent appreciation dinner, held in Meeker early this month. Share on Facebook

Senior Citizen Appreciation Dinner

MEEKER | Local senior citizens are invited to attend the Meeker 4-H Council’s annual Senior Citizen Appreciation Dinner on Sunday, Feb. 10 at 2 p.m. at the fairgrounds. Share on Facebook

4-H Awards: continued from last week

Continued from last week’s results: Share on Facebook

Shults undefeated in showmanship

MEEKER I Madi Shults, a member of the White River 4-H Livestock Club, returned from the 2012 Colorado State Fair. Accomplishing two of the three goals she set at the beginning of this 4-H season. Share on Facebook

Local saddlemaker shares passion for his craft

MEEKER I Bob Klenda’s most recent award-winning piece was a beautiful leather heart that earned “Best of Show.” The piece is symbolic of the volunteerism he and Mike Brennan give to the local 4-H club and other community members. Share on Facebook