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. “Fireworks sales were better than ever this year and the 4-H members appreciate all of the support from the community,” RBC extension 4-H Coordinator Roxi Leischer said. “They would like to thank White River Market, Jerry LeBleu and Dean Allen for helping with this very important fundraiser.”
RANGELY — The Mak’in Bacon Swine Club of Rangely held its third meeting of the year March 25 at the Rangely community pens.
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.
RANGELY I In just over a week, workers have nearly completed rebuilding the 4-H pen that burned in an electrical fire May 5, killing several 4-H project pigs and severely damaging the structure.