SPRINGSIDE - On Sunday, July 3, the Springside 4H Beef club had their annual achievement day.
All of the participants were excited to be back for a normal year.
The members were happy to be inside of the Yorkton Exhibition Agri-Pavilion, staying dry during the rainy weather.
Many people received awards and for all who didn’t, they still did an amazing job.
First there was senior grooming and Cole Marcinkoski placed first, Kade Bilokreli second, and Kristyn Prybylski third.
For the intermediate class Samantha Prybylski placed first, Grace Woytas second, and Cole Foster third.
Juniors were Laurel Breitkreuz first, Jersey Bilokreli second, and Reid Foster third.
The grooming was sponsored by Miccar Aerial Applicators.
Next was judging and in the senior class Hannah Breitkreuz placed first, Cole Marcinkoski second, and Alia O’Neill third.
In the intermediate class Samantha Prybylski placed first, Cole Foster second, and Grace Woytas third.
Junior class Jersey Bilokreli first, Mackena Kriger second, and Sara Quinton third.
For the cloverbuds Rosalie Dreger, Brooke Quinton, Trey Walsh, and Tate Walsh all placed first.
The judging was sponsored by SFC Land and Cattle.
Participants were also given a Subway lunch sponsored by Anything Trackhoe Construction Ltd.
Next was the showmanship and in the cloverbud class Rosalie Dreger, Brooke Quinton, Trey Walsh, and Tate Walsh all placed first.
Cloverbud showmanship was sponsored by the Springside 4H Beef Club.
Senior showmanship placing first was Cole Marcinkoski, second was Kade Bilokreli, and third was Kristyn Prybylski.
Intermediate class was Grace Woytas first, Samantha Prybylski second and Cole Foster third.
Junior showmanship placing first was Jersey Bilokreli, second Mackena Kriger, and third Reid Foster.
Showmanship was sponsored by Darla and Taylor Lang.
Senior record books first place was Alia O’Neill, second Cole Marcinkoski, and third Hannah Breitkreuz.
In the intermediate group Cole Foster placed first, Samantha Prybylski second, and Grace Woytas third.
Senior and intermediate classes were sponsored by Vale Country Ranch.
For the junior record books Lily Ward placed first, Mackena Kriger second, and Sara Quinton third.
The class was sponsored by Hnidey Farms.
Cloverbud record books first place Brooke Quinton, second Rosalie Dreger, and third Trey Walsh. It was sponsored by Hnidey Farms.
On Saturday during the set up they completed their questionnaires and in the senior class first place was Hannah Breitkreuz, second place Kade Bilokreli, and third place was Alia O’Neill.
Intermediate first place was Cole Foster, second Grace Woytas, third Samantha Prybylski.
Junior first place was Sara Quinton and Lily Ward, second Reid Foster, and third James Ward.
Cloverbud first place was Rosalie Dreger and Brooke Quinton, and second was Tate Walsh and Trey Walsh.
Questionnaires were sponsored by Cornerstone Credit Union.
The grand champion steer was Cole Marcinkoski with ‘Dave’ sponsored by Legacy Co-op Association. The reserve champion was Rosalie Dreger with ‘Tom’ sponsored by Sliding Hills Charolais.The club gives out a big thanks for their Achievement Day judges, sponsors, and volunteers. There was also the regional show held on the fifth and sixth of July.
On Tuesday was the heifer show, team grooming, and judging.
Wednesday was the steer show and sale. This year there were a lot of new buyers and many people hope to see them again next year.
This year was very successful for all members and they all wish to send out another huge thanks to all of the people that have supported the club.