Pictured with the charity steer cheque for $7,500, are members from the East Lacombe 4H Beef Club. Tickets are sold each year from members of the East Lacombe, Central and Nebraska 4H Beef Clubs with proceeds going to a charity chosen by the club that raises the steer. Feed was donated by Trouw Nutrition in Ponoka and the steer was donated by Chessor Farms. The East Lacombe members chose the Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Lacombe to help kids in their own community. The 4H beef clubs of the Lacombe 4H District have had tremendous support from the community of Lacombe and County over the years and wanted to give back to support this awesome community. From L-R: Wyatt Glover, Taryn Kanngiesser, Chelsey-BBBS, Julie Sharp and Dylan Fuller. (Photo Submitted by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lacombe and District)e

PHOTO: 4H donates to Lacombe Big Brothers Big Sisters

$7,500 donated after annual 4H Beef raffle

Pictured with the charity steer cheque for $7,500, are members from the East Lacombe 4H Beef Club. Tickets are sold each year from members of the East Lacombe, Central and Nebraska 4H Beef Clubs with proceeds going to a charity chosen by the club that raises the steer. Feed was donated by Trouw Nutrition in Ponoka and the steer was donated by Chessor Farms. The East Lacombe members chose the Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Lacombe to help kids in their own community. The 4H beef clubs of the Lacombe 4H District have had tremendous support from the community of Lacombe and County over the years and wanted to give back to support this awesome community. From L-R: Wyatt Glover, Taryn Kanngiesser, Chelsey-BBBS, Julie Sharp and Dylan Fuller. (Photo Submitted by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lacombe and District)e

By News Staff Lacombe Express

$7,500 donated after annual 4H Beef raffle

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