11-year-old Sara Pfannmueller, pictured here with her market lamb named Buster, 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 Sara Pfannmueller

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 11-year-old Sara Pfannmueller.

Hi I am Sara Pfannmueller, I am 11 years old and for 4H this year I am doing one market lamb, one ewe lamb and unit one photography. This is a photo of Buster and I hanging out. This is my second year in 4H I enjoyed having sheep so much last year and I hope I have as much fun as I did with my last sheep. This year I have a goat named Tim, a market lamb named Buster, two ewes names Rosetta and April. I am working really hard on halter training and gaining their trust. I am looking forward to show and sale this year!

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