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Headingley 4-H Club members show the certificates and ribbons they received through participating in their club’s Communications Event on March 2.

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Headingley 4-H Club members show the certificates and ribbons they received through participating in their club’s Communications Event on March 2. Photo Store

The Headingley 4-H club has been busy. Members held the club’s Communications Event on March 2 with 23 presenters.   

Brandon Baccaert and Tyler Didyk placed first in Junior two-person visual presentation. Renate and Shavaughn Jochum placed first in Intermediate two-person visual presentation. Rachael VanWyk placed first in Intermediate one-person visual presentation.

Adara Sajtos placed first in Adult speeches, and Laura Didyk placed first in Intermediate speeches. Rosemund Ragetli placed first and Andreas Wall placed second in Junior speeches. Landen Kropelin placed first and Evan Didyk placed second in Cloverbud speeches. Kiana Sajtos, who is a member of the Headingley club as well as the Dacotah club, placed first in Senior speeches at the Dacotah club competition.

All first-place winners had the opportunity to compete at the 4-H Red River area speak-offs. The area competition was held on March 15 in Carman.  

The Headingley club was very well represented and all club members gave presentations. Renate and Shavaugn placed second in the two-person Intermediate event, and Rachael placed second in the one-person competition. Rosemund placed first in Junior speeches, and Kiana, representing the Dacotah club, placed first in the Senior speech category.

Rosemund and Kiana will compete at the Provincial speak-offs on April 26 in
Winnipeg.  

Members are now very busy completing their projects, as the club achievement is happening on April 24 at the Headingley Community Centre.

Doors will open at 6:30 p.m., with the program starting at 7 p.m.  All of the members’ projects will be displayed.

There will be a silent auction and refreshments.  Everyone is welcome to attend.

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