Meet Bristol Anderson, a Kerman 4-H student who is an 7th grader at Kerman Middle School:
Bristol joined Kerman 4-H at the age of 5 as a primary member. It has been a great way for her to tryout different projects and learn new skills. Throughout the years Bristol has been a part of many projects including, Cooking, Arts & Crafts, Rabbits, Poultry, Market Goats, Horses and Floral Arranging. Her biggest passion is being a part of the sheep group. She is an active member in our club as well as the current Historian Officer. 4-H is important to Bristol because the club is something that has taught Bristol how not only to be active in her community and help serve others it has also taught her how to work hard for something you want. Bristol has made life long friendships though 4-H and continues to learn new skills with every project completed.
This year Bristol started her own breeding project that she is very excited to show in the fair. Last year she showed her Southdown Ewe in the breeding class and then after fair bred her ewe which gave her triplets. Bristol has entered two of those babies into the fair this year and will be showing in a few breeding classes. Starting this breeding project has been so much fun for Bristol and has enjoyed starting her project from the ground up. She also has been working hard all summer long with her Market
Lamb, a Natural wether named Dre and her Southdown Ewe named Avila. Bristol can’t wait for the Big Fresno Fair to show off everything she has worked on.