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Glen Ewen Trailblazers host district 4-H fall rally

Forty-one members attended the rally in mid-November.
Participating in presenting a thank-you gift to Myrna Babbings were, back row, from left, Mya Gilliland, Bailey Steeves, Miranda Murray, Kenna-Dee Carlson, Myrna Babbings, Dallyn Steeves, Elizabeth Good and Marisol Gilliland. Front row, Halle Boyes, Evan Gilliland, Kaleb Boyes and David Good.

GLEN EWEN - The Glen Ewen Trailblazers Light Horse 4-H Club hosted the District 41 fall rally on Nov. 18 at the Communiplex in Glen Ewen.  

There were 41 members from the district in attendance. 

The evening began with bouncy castle time for the members while the potluck supper was set up. The bouncy castle was then shut down and the pledge was recited, led by MCs Kenna-Dee Carlson and Elizabeth Good. This was followed by 4-H grace, recited by Halle Boyes. 

Supper was then enjoyed. After the meal, record book judge Myrna Babbings gave the kids a report on their record books. The district record book awards were then handed out as follows: 

Cloverbud: first place was Harper Demas, second was Mason Shire and third was Brynn Scott. 

Junior: first place was Vanessa Cowan, second was Brynn Chapman and third was Fallyn Shier.

Intermediate: Laura Christensen was first, Wyatt Thompson came second and Rocco Perrot and Jordanna White were in a tie for third.

Senior first place was Madeline Christensen, second was Kenzie White and Casey Thompson came in third.

Myrna Babbings was then presented with a thank you gift from District 41 for judging the record books 

A big thank you to Myrna for the great job on judging. 

Also a shout out to our record book prize money sponsors for their generous donations. 

Next we had a rousing game of Lightning where four teams competed at driving a spike into a log with only one hit allowed by each team member per turn. No fingers were injured. 

To wrap up the evening, Kris Boyes auctioned off the many delicious desserts provided by the families. This dessert auction was the fundraiser for the rally. The bidding was generous and spirited with many kids pooling their money to get their dessert of choice. 

She combined last week and this week together 

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