Written by Andreanna Sullivan
Junior day was a great success all because of our sponsors, organizers, volunteers and of course the outgoing
participants. The day started off with registration which was very well organized no one had to stand in line for
long. Afterwards we received muffins and the day was at foot. The first half of the day we judged and placed all
classes and prepared reasons for the classes we had to present, which were beef, dairy, aprons and first aid kits.
At noon we were treated with hamburgers and hot dogs, vegetables and milk for lunch. Giving reasons came
right after lunch some were looking forward to it and others not so much but most people completed all classes
and felt relieved by the end of it. Farmer Olympics was organized by the ambassadors who dedicated their time
to put together a series of team building events. The activities were tug-a-war, sac races, pass the hula-hoop,
find the pool noodle (blind folded) and carry the tire. After the exiting day there was still more to come we
walked to the Norwood community centre for the award ceremony and a wonderful roast beef and chicken
dinner. There was a dance full of dancing and laughing it was a good way to finish the day. Junior day ended up
being a fun and a very successful day.