REPORTING · 17th August 2010
The Thornhill Community Grounds was the place to be for the annual 4H Achievement day this past Saturday.
This was the communities chance to see young animal lovers showcase what they have done all year long for raising animals.
It was a full day for participants and spectators.
There was Horse Riding - Showmanship (Equitations), Poultry Showmanship, Poultry Units (dividing by weight), Cattle Sorting(Totem Saddle Club), and Rabbit Showmanship.
It was a special day for a particular member of the 4H club, Nicolas Hamer who won 1st and 2nd in the Poultry Showmanship. He has been part of the club for approximately 4 years and is the proud owner of a Americana Hen that lays green eggs, believe it or not. There you have it Dr. Seuss readers.