Developing Employable Life Skills through 4-H


February 16, 2022

Cloverbuds Paxton Anderson, Peighton Dawson, Fallan Frey-Haluska, Emory Eggeltson, BrookLynn Hudon, Chloe Sohn, Rainie Skoyen, and Kash Rutledge take a break after participating in a workshop in which they learned about healthy eating and the importance of exercising.

Blaine County 4-H has been busy with activities all month. Anyone willing to ask for input from the two MSU-Blaine County Extension Agents would hear that 4-H is always busy. With Livestock Judging and Teen Leader Academies behind them, a Tack Workshop is scheduled for February 20 and a Record Book Workshop is set for February 25. Other events on the horizon include constructing display boxes for the Seed Show and performing some fundraising to refurbish the Livestock Show Ring at the Blaine County Fairgrounds.

On February 10, Ag/4-H Agent Juli Snedigar conducted a practice session of livestoc...

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