Youths throughout King County will be showing their family dogs, mixed breed and purebred, Saturday April 2, at Argus Ranch for Dogs. Exhibitors coming from 4-H clubs located in Auburn, Woodinville, Redmond, Federal Way, Kirkland, Renton, Kent, Seattle and Enumclaw will have trained and cleaned their pet dogs and hope to qualify to show them at the Puyallup Fair in September.
Come check out the 4-H dog project and consider joining a club with your dog. The show begins at 9:30 a.m. and food will be on sale from the Teen Leaders of Tomorrow 4-H Club. Argus Ranch is located near Flaming Geyser State Park at 35612 212th Way S.E. Auburn. Visit argusranch.com for driving directions.
The 4-H dog project members and their families have a lot of fun with their dogs as they learn and develop leadership, citizenship, and life skills. To learn more about 4-H and the many different projects, including robotics, performance arts, animal and plant science, cooking, sewing, etc., that are offered visit 4h.wsu.edu. For more information about this Saturday?s show, contact Marilyn Johnson at 253-639-0549 or email@example.com.