Rio Blanco County has a full 4-H program with thriving market livestock and general project clubs.
Continued from last week’s results:
The Rangely 4-H Community Council would like to invite all Rio Blanco County 4-H and FFA Livestock members and their families to their second annual Pre-Fair Feeder Show at the Rangely community pens.
RANGELY I Rio Blanco County, CSU Extension and the Colorado Parks and Wildlife will be offering a free firearm safety course for kids 5 years old and older.
RANGELY I The Rangley Panther 4-H Country met at the annex building April 26 and had their monthly meeting with 17 members attending.
RANGELY I The Rangely Panther Country 4-H Club met for the second time this year on March 29, 2012, at the Rangely Annex Building with 12 members in attendance.
4-H members (left to right, front to back) Shauna Lapp, Keihlin Myers, Miley Chism, Kobey Chism, Tristan Hall, Kacie Lapp, Trenton Files, RaeLynn Norman, Samantha Lapp, Paityn Myers, Kaylee Mecham, Elena Cummings, Phalon Osborn, Antionette Dorris, Cheyenne Steele, Caitlyn Ducey, Tessa Slagle and Brittany Babineaux all attended the February 4-H Community Council meeting.
Twenty-eight RBC 4-H shooters competed in the annual Rio Blanco County Fair County Shoot-off at the Meeker Sportsman’s Range Saturday last. Rangely formed two new clubs this year: the Rangely Stick Throwers (an archery club) led by James Odom and Brady Shelton and .22’s led by Daniel and Tammi Dorris.