Wednesday, February 23, 2011

4-H Favorites

Submitted by: Angela Davidson and her daughers Cydney and Hannah

We are so excited to be involved in 4H this year. We began the 4H year in October and since then we have been non-stop involved in the activities. Thanks to the project leaders there are always plenty of things to do and learn when you are involved in 4H. So far this year my daughters and I have participated in Gymkhana’s, Community clean up, Halter lessons, Christmas Party, and an awards dinner for all the people that have helped make 4H so great! I am very excited to see what the rest of the year holds for us; especially as we prepare for the county fair in Logandale, NV.  4H has helped my girls to build self- confidence, a community spirit, and make new friends.  They have dedicated their heads to clearer thinking, their hearts to greater loyalty, their hands to larger service, their health to better living all for their club, community, country, and world. We are proud to be part of such a wonderful club of people and thank them for allowing us to participate. Shown below are a few of our favorite pictures from some of the activities we have participated in.

Tuesday, February 22, 2011


Last year the Club members and parents donated their time to the Community of Sandy Valley to assist in the clean up.  Everyone met at the Sandy Valley Elementary School and then went out about their way to clean up and make a difference in the beauty of our community that was being hidden.  After several hours of clean up we all gathered back at the school to refuel on a wonderful lunch.

Wade Schneiderman & Ollie Anna Wadley

4H Kids doing their share to keep our community beautiful!


Save the date...April 2, 2011
Next Clean-up date scheduled.
More information to follow!

Monday, February 14, 2011

Happy Valentines!

Thank you to Melissa Walsh ( 4-H Mom) for sharing the delicious and beautifully decorated cupcakes for Valentines!  A big warm hug goes to you from the Horse Project!  Happy Valentines Day!

Great decorating job Tage!

2010 Commitment to Excellence in the Horse Project!.

The 2010 Horse Project required that each participant attend a classroom meeting, a mounted meeting and the gymkhana series in Logendale each month.  CC Chavez and Shaylee Sharples made a commitment to attend each meeting and each Gymkhana.  For making the effort and not missing an event they were honored with a trophy for their commitment to their project and to their club.  This is a great accomplishment in today's busy lifestyles that we all keep.  We appreciate the efforts that they have made and look forward to
this year's project. Thank you both for your commitment!

CC & Shaylee.......2010 Commitment of Excellence

Friday, February 4, 2011

Practice Makes Perfect!

These are pictures from our practice session at Sandy Valley Ranch last February.

Chasen Young, 4-H Club President

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

1st Gymkhana Competition of 2011

 Shaylee Sharples competing on Socks in Logandale, Nevada on January  22nd.