Spa Young Farmers’ Club have had a busy start to 2017 which kicked off at the annual New Year’s Eve disco.
The club meetings for 2017 started off with a trip to the Grand Opera House in Belfast to see Cinderella, which provided plenty of laughs for the 50 members who attended.
Club members Harry Crosby, Lauren Nannery and Matthew Davidson also took part in the YFCU’s Got Talent in the Tullyglass on January 7th.
Spa YFC also competed in the ten pin bowling competition.
Spa YFC’s 74th AGM took place on Tuesday, January 17, which saw new faces join the committee and members take on new roles.
The club would like to thank David Oliver from Dungiven YFC who came to take the meeting.
Many thanks to the outgoing committee and to club leader David Young, club secretary Thomas Annett, treasurer George Shaw, public relations officers Courtney Fee and Rachel Carlisle for their work through 2016/17.
Good luck is extended to the new committee for 2017/18, especially to club leader Matthew Patterson, club secretary Hannah Shaw, treasurer Emma Rodgers and public relations officers Courtney Fee and Sarah Dorman.
Everyone wishes them the best of luck in their new roles.
Rural Support also gave a talk at the club’s AGM on the important work they carry out.
Spa YFC also visited Eric Reid’s farm in Richhill, Armagh.
Eric gave a very informative talk about his beef farm and how he works with new modern technology.
Spa YFC are looking forward to a busy 2017 for the club, in all of the new clothing presented to the club by sponsors, Kane Trailers, McKelvey Bros, and AB Interiors.
The club would like to extend a massive thanks to the sponsors for their continued support of the club.