St. Joachim student focuses on rabbit project

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Sarah Ambrozio Turini, a fifth grade student at St. Joachim School, is beginning her second year as a member of Howard 4-H.

Turini joined 4-H in 2012 and has been active in the rabbit project and arts and crafts. Her rabbit is a female Mini Rex named Bell. Sarah likes to hold and play with her rabbit. She worked very hard to memorize the steps to show rabbits and practiced many times. Sarah showed her rabbit at the Chowchilla Fair where she received first place for variety and third for breed.

This year Sarah plans to be more involved in 4-H. She was elected Club Hostess and will organize and provide treats for members who attend the monthly club meetings. She will continue with the rabbit project and show at the Madera Fair. She is interested in taking the “Public Speaking: Demonstration” project and photography as well as focusing on rabbits, and is looking forward to the coming year.

She lives with her parents, Tom and Marilene Turini, in the country, south of Madera. She likes science and wants to be a dentist.

 

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