Members of the Bergen/Sundre 4H clubs displayed a year's worth of hard work at the annual show & sale yesterday.
The 55th annual Bergen/Sundre 4-H Show & Sale was a huge success as members of all ages showed off their well-raised steers & heifers.
11 year old Cache McLerie is the youngest member of the Sundre 4H club.
He was the interclub junior showman of the show and had the supreme champion female .
His 14 year old sister Jill had the grand champion steer - a simmental/angus cross
weighing in at 1287 pounds.
McLerie's grand champion steer sold for $3.55 a pounnd to Sundre Soil - Sundre Soil has been supporting 4-H for 30 years.
The reserve champion steer, raised by Tessa Nybo of the Sundre 4-H Club, sold for $2.50 a pound to Mark Crouch. All the meat from that steer is being donated to the food bank.
The Crop Inputs Manager With Richardson-Pioneer Says It Has Been A 'Fairly Good' Growing Season For Farmers In This Region.
Mounties In The Town Of Olds Ask Citizens To Be Proactive In Order To Avoid Becoming An Easy Mark For Criminals.
About $10,000 Was Recently Raised At The Sundre Fire & Rescue Society's 23rd Annual ATV Poker Run.
Mountain View Seniors Housing Is Getting Close To Selecting A Date For An Official Ground Breaking Ceremony For The New Sundre Lodge.
The accomplishments of a pair of local wrestlers have helped generate international exposure for the town of Olds this summer.
Following A Memorable Run To The Calder Cup Finals As The Captain Of The St. John's IceCaps, Jason Jaffray Returned To His Hometown To Host A Golf Tournament In Support Of A Former Teammate's Memorial Foundation.