Ruthie Hasenleder, reporter
The kids in the Legacy 4-H club have been busy this year! Landeria Farm is on the Kaw Valley Farm Tour.
Every year our club helps get ready for this event.  We set up a concession stand and give tours to the farm.
Kathy Landers owns this dairy goat farm and is good enough to allow us to do our goat project there.
She is a wealth of knowledge about goats and many other things, such as poultry and turning wool into yarn.
The Fall Goat Show was lots of fun this year!
First Kathy had everybody start off by dressing up their goats in costumes.
And then we had our goats go through obstacle coarses.
Next we finished it off with a cheese rolling competition.
The kids participated in other activities as well such as Fantastic Four 4H Camp, Discovery Days, and a Photography workshop to see how to work a camera and be a photographer.
They also went to the Plaza and practiced what they learned.
In December they had fun going to Hillside Village and singing Christmas carols for the people at the nursing home.
At Club Days Ellie Fowks got a Top Purple for dancing. Jessie McEndree sang a solo.
Kassidy Forshey got Top Purple for her Oral Interpretation and her Solo, and did a demonstration and a speech.
Kennedy Forshey sang a solo, played a piano solo, and did a project talk.
Jared Forshey got Top Purple for his Impromptu Speech, and did a project talk.
Erin Sullivan did a flute solo, a speech, and a demonstration.
Kassidy Forshey,  Erin Sullivan and Caleb Hasenleder were pages for a day in Topeka for Amanda Grosserode.
Kelli Tunks entered the Broiler Derby. Lindsey Fowks designed 4-H club T-shirts. They say ”Toys, Clothes, Cell phones you can buy…but Fun and hard work, PRICELESS!”  We feel this statement is a great way to sum up our 4-H experience.