2723 Staley Road Contact -Organizational Leader: Tina Giambra 773-2809 --
Teen Leader - Kelly Williams - 773-0089
Events: Monthly meetings on Tuesdays, group parties, fundraisers, Erie County Fair participation
Help: By helping to participate in fundraisers for the community (donations for the Neighbors Foundation) and also for the Grand Island Gallopers Club for field trips (trail rides, misc. horse related learning experiences such as horse shoes, vet visit, farms where hay is grown etc).
Strengths: 4-H is geared to helping children between the ages of 9 & 18 be the best they can be. We help to teach responsiblity, discipline and committment.
Grand Island Gallopers 4-H Club Collecting For Neighbors Foundation - 2005
Members of the Grand Island Gallopers 4-H Horse Club are requesting donations for the holiday season which will be given to the Neighbors Foundation. The age group is preteen/teenagers for boys and girls. Items such as hats, scarves, gloves, slippers, sweatshirts, portable radios with headphones, bath items, shampoos for baskets etc. are being requested. Those who would like to help the 4-H Club make the holidays special for those in need, are asked to contact Jennifer Shanor, 773-0102 or Tina Giambra, 773-2809 by November 22, 2005. Happy Holidays from the Grand Island Gallopers.
Grand Island Gallopers 4-H Club Accepting New Members - 2005
The Grand Island Gallopers 4-H Club invites any child aged 9 through 18 to join the club for the 2005-2006 season.
An informational meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, September 13, 2005 is open to any child and parent interested. "You don't have to own a horse to join." For further information, call Tina Giambra, 773-2809 or Jennifer Shanor, 773-0102.
Grand Island Gallopers 4-H Club To Show At County Fair - 2004
The Grand Island Gallopers 4-H Club will attend the Erie County Fair where members will be showing in the Western Division of Horse showing. The show starts at 8 a.m. on Monday, August 16, 2004 with a Western Showmanship Class and will continue throughout the day with Western Pleasure, Equitation, Command, Trail and Pattern classes.
The Grand Island Gallopers will be represented by Jacqulene Sondel showing in the Sr. Division, Katie Luthringer, Samantha Brown and Allison Campbell showing in the Jr. Division, and Kelly Williams showing in the Walk/Trot division. "You can look for them in the 4-H barns on the 16th," a spokesman for the group said.
Three of the girls' horses will be on display throughout the remainder of the Fair and can be seen in barn 12C. Jacqulene will be showing Blythewood Vermont Topic, Katie Luthringer will be showing Mason D. Brown, and Kelly Williams will be showing Wings of Eagles. "Stop in and see them if you are at the Fair."
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