Clay County 4-H Attend Horse Clinic

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The members of the Trails and Rails 4-H Horse Club were able to participate in the
2022 West District 4-H Horsemanship Clinic in Fletcher, NC. This three day clinic
covered information for those who have a horse and for those who do not.
Special events were planned for the end of the camp; such as, a cookout and a
competition to herd cows. Everyone had a great time.

This club meets on the third Monday of each month at 5:30. If you are interested
in being a member of the Trails and Rails 4-H Horse Club or need information
about 4-H, call Julie at 828-389-6305.

A group of people stand in front of a hanging American flag at a horse clinic.

Trails and Rails 4-H Horse Club leader and members.
Pictured left to right: Tiffany Harrison, Paleigh Smith, Emily Bowers, Lexi Robertson, Breanna Patterson, Caity Webb, Ashtyn Smith, Cailey Bowers and Kaimen Smith (not pictured).