On February 15, 2015 the Cranbrook 4H Multi Club held their public speeches at the College of the Rockies.
The club has 16 members with seven juniors, six seniors and three Cloverbuds. Club speeches are when each junior and senior members present their handwritten speech in front of an audience.
Juniors, ages nine to 12, must have a speech three to five minutes in length and the seniors, ages 13 and over, must have a speech five to seven minutes in length. Seniors must also do an impromptu speech of one to two minutes.
Cloverbuds are between six and eight years old; they don’t have to do a speech but can if they wish. The top two juniors and the top two seniors then go on to represent their club at districts.
District speeches is when the top juniors and seniors from other clubs around the area come together to compete again. From there the top three seniors and the top three juniors go on to represent the district at Regionals. The top senior from Regionals will go onto represent our region at Provincials, in June.
District speeches were held Sunday, February 22, at 12:30 p.m. at the Jaffray United Church.
Results from Feb. 22
1st: Jordan Thielen ~South Country Crafts and Critters 4H Club
2nd: Taylor Holt ~ Cranbrook 4H Multi Club
3rd: Colby Holt ~Cranbrook 4H Multi Club
1st: Olivia Murdoch ~ Cranbrook 4H Multi Club
2nd: Nellie Baker ~ Wasa and District 4H Club
3rd: Taylor Tracey ~ South Country Crafts and Critters 4H Club
Regional speeches will be held March 1st at 1 at the College of the Rockies. Everyone welcome.
Results from Feb. 15
The top juniors from the Cranbrook 4H club:
1st: Olivia Murdoch
2nd: Saige Black
3rd: Natasha Siewert
4th: Julia Adams
The top seniors from the Cranbrook 4H club:
1st: Colby Holt
2nd: Taylor Holt
3rd: Mikayla Adams