Wanted: 4-H rabbit owners

Got a rabbit? Why not join 4-H? Benefits of membership include fun outings like laser tag and skating, and you’ll make new friends, too

A 4-H member and her rabbit having fun at a fair.

Contributed by Nicole Schmidt

Do you have a rabbit? Want to do something cool? Come join 4-H because you will have lots of fun with your rabbit, learn a lot and do many cool things.

On the first Wednesday of each month, we have a monthly meeting. Usually our meetings have a theme such as “wear green” or “dress like a cowboy.”

At the beginning of the year we do training sessions every other Saturday.

We also do fun things such as laser tag and skating. 4-H members can also participate in fun activities such as speeches, demonstrations, educational displays and speak-and-shows.

The best thing is that 4-H members can go to fairs all throughout the summer. If you have been in 4-H for at least two years you can even go to the PNE. Now don’t you think that’s a big reward?

All of us at 4-H think it’s pretty fun and interesting. We think you should join because it’s really fun and awesome and you can make many new friends and just have a good time.

Our club, Woodlands 4-H Hare and Hound will be hosting what we call a Ranch Day where you can come see what 4-H is all about!  It will be on Dec. 15 from 1 to 3 p.m. at Harmsworth Hall in Langley (7170 232 Street, Langley).

For more information you can check out the BC 4-H website, www.bc4h.ca.

– The Woodlands 4-H Hare and Hound Club is open to members from Cloverdale.

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