Ten-year-old Ayden Perry, pictured here with a two-day-old laying hen, is the Quesnel and District 4-H Member of the Week for the week of May 11. (Photo submitted)

Meet Quesnel and District 4-H Member of the Week Ayden Perry

Quesnel and District 4-H is highlighting its hard-working members each week

As Quesnel and District 4-H continues with modifications due to COVID-19, the organization is highlighting its members, who have been working hard all year long. This week’s 4-H Member of the Week is Ayden Perry.

Ayden is 10 years old and will be 11 in July.

He says his favourite part about 4-H is making new friends and meeting all the animals. In his free time, Ayden likes to ride his bike, play board games and visit Grandma and Grumpa on the farm.

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