4H Hare and Hound club has plenty of people to thank

Editor: There is no way that our 4-H club, Woodlands 4-H Hare and Hound Club, would be able to operate without the very generous support from our sponsors.

We would like to especially thank the people and companies that sponsored awards this past year.

This includes the Neudorf family, the Marlikowski family, and the Van Gool Family.

Companies that sponsored awards this past year are Summit Performance Transmissions from Abbotsford, Aabec Piano Movers and Meister from Surrey, KDG Farms Ltd. from Langley and Williams Copywriting from Surrey.

We would also like to thank our leaders and parents for their continuous support over the years. We couldn’t have a club without them.

Nicole Schmidt,

Woodlands 4-H Hare and Hound Club

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