Shadow Riders back with 31 members

Benalto Shadow Riders 4-H Club is back at it with 31 members and a new executive council this season.


Benalto Shadow Riders 4-H Club is back at it with 31 members and a new executive council this season.

The first meeting was Oct. 6th at Benalto where they decided their new council. The president is Brooke Kentz, vice-president is Kaycee Masters, secretary is Casey Cole and treasurer is Taylor Masters. New leaders are Jodi Masters and Sonja Janssen.

Riding lessons are underway. The first ride was a success with a potluck and games. A jeopardy trail clinic is coming up for levels 1-3. This is when kids take their horses through obstacles. They are also preparing for a jumping clinic for the levels 4-7.

Club members want to thank all of the people who supported their bottle drive as they continue to raise money for new uniforms. Everyone is excited and eager for the coming year.


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