4-H club report

News Jun 05, 2008 Flamborough Review

The Flamborough and Ancaster 4-H Clubs doubled for a combined meeting at Cranston Holsteins near Carluke.

The May 15 outing was the third meeting for the Flamborough group.

Doug Cranston opened the meeting by explaining the farm's operations. The participants then split into two groups: one group was given a barn tour by James Cranston; the other learned how to judge cows and had the opportunity to judge a class of two-year-olds. The groups then switched places.

Group members then assembled into their own clubs and finished the meeting. Everyone learned a lot and had a lot of fun!

- Submitted by Matt Elgersma

4-H club report

News Jun 05, 2008 Flamborough Review

The Flamborough and Ancaster 4-H Clubs doubled for a combined meeting at Cranston Holsteins near Carluke.

The May 15 outing was the third meeting for the Flamborough group.

Doug Cranston opened the meeting by explaining the farm's operations. The participants then split into two groups: one group was given a barn tour by James Cranston; the other learned how to judge cows and had the opportunity to judge a class of two-year-olds. The groups then switched places.

Group members then assembled into their own clubs and finished the meeting. Everyone learned a lot and had a lot of fun!

- Submitted by Matt Elgersma

4-H club report

News Jun 05, 2008 Flamborough Review

The Flamborough and Ancaster 4-H Clubs doubled for a combined meeting at Cranston Holsteins near Carluke.

The May 15 outing was the third meeting for the Flamborough group.

Doug Cranston opened the meeting by explaining the farm's operations. The participants then split into two groups: one group was given a barn tour by James Cranston; the other learned how to judge cows and had the opportunity to judge a class of two-year-olds. The groups then switched places.

Group members then assembled into their own clubs and finished the meeting. Everyone learned a lot and had a lot of fun!

- Submitted by Matt Elgersma