Monday, December 5, 2016

Pincher Creek Chinook 4H Multi Club report to Dec. 2016

Pincher Creek 4H float in 2016 Parade of Lights (C. Davis photo)

Jillanna Hammond, Club Reporter
Pincher Creek Chinook 4H Multi Club,
Club Report September to December

My club, the Pincher Creek Chinook 4H Multi Club, started our club year September 25th 2016, obtaining multiple new junior members and their interesting project ideas. Our General Leader this year is Carolyn Robbins, and as second in command, Assistant Leader, Michael Robbins. Multi Club’s Club President for 2016-2017 is Brooke Hammond, Vice President Jaxon Hammond backing her up. Aynsley Nelson takes a stand to be the youngest Treasurer I have witnessed in our club, and Maeran Hinch as Secretary. Justin Nelson will be our Historian, and Dalton Bonertz is our District Representative, with his Alternate, Kalvin Bruder. Myself, Jillanna Hammond, took on the role of Club Reporter.

In our previous year, one member graduated from our club, who, due to his excellence in public speaking, the great amount of leadership he showed in our club and with our support, made it into the University of Calgary. He now plays for the Calgary Dinos, the U of C football team. Our club strives to continue creating a place for young people to show off what they can achieve, by encouraging members to challenge themselves to improve their skills. The Multi Club now consists of mainly intermediates as well as juniors, leaving two seniors to fend for ourselves.

This year’s projects do not differ much from last year, however, there are a few additions. The projects are: Market Hog, Market Lamb (Breeding Project included with this), Shooting Sports, Mechanics, Sewing, Pheasant Project, and Photography. As a club, we presented a wreath November 11th in the Remembrance Day Ceremony at the Community Hall, showing our support for the community and those who fought. Recently, our club got together to decorate the [awesome] 4H float that carried our club members as well as other 4H families and members who participated in the Parade of Lights. On the 20th of December, our club will be helping pack the food hampers and wrap presents for locals in need of Christmas dinners and gifts. So far, in the last three months, the Pincher Creek Chinook 4H Multi club has done quite well. With the fresh faces and intriguing ideas, I’d say we’re off to a good start.

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