Another successful club show!

Coronation District Show and Sale starts June 4th in Consort

Cold and windy but got it done on May 20th at the Castor Rodeo Grounds. The 11 members of the Paintearth County 4-H Club competed in a Judging Class where they compared four Market Steers, and four different types of Breakfast Cereals. They then competed with their Market Steers in their respective age class for Showmanship, Grooming, and Confirmation. Thank you to the following: Castor Rodeo Committee for use of the facilities, Brian and Clifford Weeks families for setup and tear down of the panels in the arena, Terry Howe for announcing and supplying equipment, Bryce Maxwell (conformation judge), Lexi Antos (grooming judge) and Katie Maxwell (showmanship judge). Also a huge shoutout to the parents and to the community for their support. The Club would like to remind everyone that the Coronation District Show and Sale starts June 4th in Consort with the sale starting at 6 sharp on Wednesday, June 5th. photo submitted

Coronation District Show and Sale starts June 4th in Consort

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