Fort St. James 4-H Reports

Mckenzie Holdis, the Fort St. James 4-H club reporter wrote an update on the local club activity going on.
Holdis is 9 years old and will be keeping the Courier up to date on 4-H events as their season gets under way.

Mckenzie Holdis, the Fort St. James 4-H club reporter wrote an update on the local club activity going on.

Holdis is 9 years old and will be keeping the Courier up to date on 4-H events as their season gets under way.

The club meets from February to October, and members do not have to live on a farm in order to participate, as farm animals are not a requirement, according to Monica Brittain.

Update:

The Fort St. James 4-H Club has started and we had our first meeting February 5, 2011. There are currently four leaders and eight members. This year we have sheep, swine, beef, and photography projects. We also have Cloverbuds which are future 4-H members. We are all excited to get our animals and look forward to having another great season.

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