Vet Technician Alyson Weiss named Somerset County 4-H Outstanding Alumni

Join us in congratulating our Vet Technician Alyson Weiss for her recognition as one of this year’s Somerset County 4-H “Outstanding Alumni.”  In addition to a reception at the 4-H Center and dinner at Verve, the Somerset County Freeholders will visit the annual 4-H Fair to further recognize the alumnis’ achievements on Wednesday, August 8, at the Alpaca tent at 7 p.m.

Why the Alpaca tent you might ask? Alyson is Co-Division Chair of the Somerset County 4-H Alpaca Club, and she is the proud owner of two alpacas of her own, Rambler and Rebel.

Alyson Weiss BMAH Vet Tech Alpaca Ramler

Alyson Weiss BMAH Vet Tech Alpaca Rebel







Following the 7 p.m. presentation, at 7:30 p.m. seventeen members of the 4-H Alpaca Club will compete in showmanship with their animals.  But that’s not all – the alpacas will compete in the tent again on Friday, August 10, at 1 p.m. for Agility.  Club members will lead their alpaca through an agility course consisting of jumps, weave polls, a bridge they must go over, a teeter totter, and hoops.

Fun fact: The Somerset County 4-H Alpaca Club was the very first 4-H Alpaca Club in the entire country!  The club was started right here in Hillsborough, New Jersey.

The annual 4-H Fair is organized by the Somerset County 4-H Association.  This year’s Fair Theme is: Unleash Your Passion (in 4-H)!   Find more details here:

Joe Martins, DVM, Belle Mead Animal Hospital

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Joe Martins, DVM, Belle Mead Animal Hospital

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