4-H Ontario
  • 4-H Ontario Announces 2016 Youth Ambassadors
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    4-H Ontario Announces 2016 Youth Ambassadors

    ROCKWOOD, ON (March 11, 2016) – 4-H Ontario has announced the selection of the six new Ambassadors who will represent the organization across the province in 2016.MORE

  • Haldimand Leaders Ensure all are Included
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    Haldimand Leaders Ensure all are Included

    In the Haldimand Girl’s Night Out Club members partake in activities based around topics such as skin and hair care, self-esteem, bullying, exercise and fashion. They also enjoy guest speakers on these topics and have a chance to learn how to make homemade body scrubs and face masks and participate in a Zumba class.MORE

  • A Lifelong Ambassador
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    A Lifelong Ambassador

    Three years ago Samantha Klaver joined the 4-H Ontario Ambassador program and became one of the faces of the program throughout 2012. Already a 4-H member at the time since she was 11, she says the program definitely helped to shape who she is today.MORE

  • The 4-H Ontario 2015 Annual Report
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    The 4-H Ontario 2015 Annual Report

    The 4-H Ontario 2015 Annual Report is now online. Check it out for a full overview of 4-H highlights from last year. MORE

2016 Syngenta 4-H Ontario Arbor Awards

Congratulations to this year's winners: Rob Ashton, Durham West; Keith Coleman, Lennox & Addington and Barb McAllister, Wellington.

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