Moss Is Headed To National 4-H Roundup
The Northwest District Livestock Show was held in Batesville last Friday and Saturday, January 20th and 21st. Dalton Burney showed his pig “Herfy” in the Hog Show on Friday afternoon. Dalton placed second in his Showmanship class and “Herfy” placed third in the other breeds class. Dalton will move on to show at the Dixie Nationals show in Jackson in February. He is the son of Daryl and Missy Burney of Coffeeville.
Casey Moss was selected to attend the 2017 Western National 4-H Roundup in Denver, Colo. She placed sixth in the Individual Horse Demonstration. Casey is a senior 4-H horse club member in her last year of eligibility. She is the daughter of Mike and Kim Moss.
Some of you might have noticed from my Facebook posts that my friend and neighbor Dereck Redwine and I took my son Levi, age 5, and his son Jack, age 6, duck hunting with us on Sunday morning. Dereck and I hunted a lot together as we were growing up and have even taken various hunting trips around the country together, but since we now both have young children the hunting has slacked off a lot over the last several years. Hopefully now as our children become old enough to enjoy the outdoors with us, we can enjoy the outdoors as we once did and share the experience with our kids.
The Coffeeville Saddle Club will have their first horse show of the season at the Multi-purpose Building in Coffeeville on January 28, at noon. The Horse Show will be a speed show and admission is free. The Yalobusha County 4-H Horse Club will provide a concession stand for the event.
The Yalobusha County 4-H Shooting Sports group would like to invite all children, ages eight to 18, that have any interest in shooting sports to attend our interest meeting on February 10 at 6 p.m. at the multi-purpose building in Coffeeville. This meeting is meant to provide information on the various disciplines in shooting sports, share some general knowledge about 4-H and sign kids up for the year.