4-H top ‘dogies’

Leader staff

The June 15th Lakeside Leader had an article about the East Peace Inter-Club 4-H Achievement Day on June 4. The competition was between Kinuso Lakeside 4-H and Mirror Landing 4-H out of Smith.

The June 15th article included a photo of the Supreme Female, which was a cow and calf pair raised by Summer Mason of Kinuso Lakeside 4-H.

In the steer category, Lace Sheldon was Grand Champion, which is first place overall between the two clubs. Emilie Andruik, Mirror Landing 4-H, was Reserve Grand Champion, which means second place over all.

Summer raised both a cow and calf pair and a heifer. Her cow and calf took first place, Supreme Female. Her heifer took second, Reserve Supreme Female.

There were more steers than female cattle at the competition. Photos courtesy of 4-H.

Lace Sheldon, Kinuso Lakeside 4-H, with his Grand Champion steer. This is the highest 4-H honour for steers. He was also champion of the Kinuso Lakeside 4-H.
Emilie Andruik, Mirror Landing 4-H, with her Reserve Grand Champion steer. This is second place between the two clubs in the steer category.
Summer Mason, Kinuso Lakeside 4-H, with her heifer which was reserve supreme female. The supreme and reserve supreme females are from both the cow and calf and heifer categories.

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