4-H fireworks

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Rangely 4-H members Andrew Dorris, Antionette Dorris and Rylee Allred are pictured working in the fireworks stand last week, with proceeds benefiting the 4-H clubs and the Rangely 4-H community council.

Fun with beef

RANGELY I For the last few days, we have been making beef jerky. It was a lot of fun! We were each given about 10 pieces of beef. We had to marinade it with a certain “Hawaiian” marinade, then we were allowed to add additional seasonings to our meat!

4-H program gains leaders

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Rangely 4-H is excited to have five new 4-H Shooting Sports leaders who are focused on the .22 rifle, archery and shotgun disciplines.

Operation Gratitude…

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Surrounded by almost 800 Beanie Babies collected in support of Operation Gratitude, Rangely 4-H Community Council members

Rangely 4-H club elects officers

RANGELY | The Chipigitt 4-H club met in February and elected officers for the 2010 4-H year. Antoinette Dorris was re-elected as president. Kaitlyn Brown was elected as vice president. Alanna Wiley was elected secretary and Ketson Rouse was reelected treasurer. H

2009 Rio Blanco County Fair schedule of events

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View the events for the Rio Blanco County Fair

4-H showmanship clinic set for May 24

RANGELY — Rangely 4-H Makin’ Bacon Swine Club held its monthly meeting April 22 at the home of leader Debbie Smith. Nineteen people attended the meeting.

Goat health, anatomy top agenda at club meeting

RANGELY — The Udderly Cool Goat Club got together April 15 around 7 p.m. for its second meeting to discuss upcoming events and talk about their goats.

Mak’in Bacon cleans up Rangely

RANGELY — The Mak’in Bacon Swine Club of Rangely held its third meeting of the year March 25 at the Rangely community pens.

Rangely Mak’in Bacon club cleans up Rangely

RANGELY — On March 25, the Mak’in Bacon Swine Club of Rangely held its third meeting of the year at the Rangely community pens.  There were a lot of parents and club members raking up weeds and leaves. Having extra time and a lot of helpers, the club cleaned up trash

Swine Club preps for fair

RANGELY — The Rangely 4-H Makin’ Bacon Swine Club held its fist meeting of the year on Jan. 30 at 6 p.m. The club has a total of 25 members, including five new members.