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Coarsegold 4H kids L to R: Makayla, Colton, Abigail, Madeline and Emily

Coarsegold 4-H: Horses And Holidays

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COARSEGOLD – This is an exciting two months for Coarsegold 4-H. Horse Expo was this month on Nov. 10. Makayla Beckstead and Abigail LaSpada medaled in level two, and Colton Beckstead, Madeline Vellandi and Emily Nowka medaled in level one.

Our next 4-H meeting will be on Thursday, Dec. 10: our annual Christmas party from 6 – 8 p.m., food will be served potluck style and we will be having a White Elephant gift exchange. We will also be holding a community clothing swap on the same day from 3:30 to 5 p.m., at the Coarsegold Community Center. Anyone can come and bring clothes to donate or just get clothes that other people have donated.

LCORTis coming up from Jan. 29 to Jan. 31, 2016 at Wonder Valley Ranch Resort & Conference Center in Sanger. LCORT is a leadership camp for kids who are 12 to 14. You can read more about LCORT here.

Favorite Foods Day is also coming up soon. Favorite Foods Day is when you can make your favorite food dish and it will get judged and you can win medals. That is all for this month. Hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving.

Our leader is Pat Strimling and if you would like to join our 4-H, you can call her at (559) 683-5149. Anyone can join! You don’t have to go to Coarsegold Elementary to be a member of Coarsegold 4-H, you can live anywhere in Madera County as long as you can come to our meetings.

4-H Statement: Madera County 4-H Youth Program is a non-profit organization for youth who are 9 years old or who have completed the 3rd grade and up to age 19. All youth and adults in Madera County are invited to participate in the 4-H program regardless of race, creed, religion, color, national origin, sex, mental or physical handicap.

Lexey Jenkins is the Club Reporter for Coarsegold 4-H

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