Clanabogan YFC has continued to go from strength to strength

The 2019/20 winter programme for Clanabogan YFC has been a jam packed one.

Clanabogan YFC's table quiz was a success, above are a number of tables present
Clanabogan YFC's table quiz was a success, above are a number of tables present

The programme kicked off in style with a new members night which saw the club continue to grow its membership and set up for a great year ahead.

Meetings have included Fright Night at the jungle, a joint visit with Cookstown to Red House Holsteins, a talk from Ulster Wildlife and a farm safety night.

Members have been getting involved with a variety of competitions at club level including group debating, choir festival and silage making.

Andrew Gracey pictured to the right, from the Ulster Wildlife cake to Clanabogan YFC to give a talk and show the club how to make an easy bird house

Congratulations to Kyle Smyth who was awarded first place in the YFCU silage making competition.

With a busy December Clanabogan YFC squeezed in a roving supper and a trip to Brunswick bowling alley to test their skills against other clubs in the county.

The fundraiser table quiz was a great success, a great night’s craic was had by all. Along with the club’s charity breakfast in February the club donated £600 to Air Ambulance NI.

A highlight of the programme so far was the county efficiency awards with all Clanabogan YFC office bearers highly commended and Richard Marshall was placed third at county level

Although Clanabogan YFC’s programme has been cut short this year the club has gone from strength to strength, a huge testament to the participation and commitment of all club members.