4-H Ontario

Lennox & Addington 4-H Info

 

WELCOME TO LENNOX & ADDINGTON 4-H!!

Welcome to learning, fun, friends, challenges, excitement, achievement and so much more.

Use your Head, Heart, Hands and Health as you "Learn to do by Doing" in our many exciting clubs. See a full list of clubs under the "CLUBS" tab.

Come and join in the fun and become part of a wonderful youth organization!

  

Lennox & Addington 2018  Registration Coming Soon!!

Is 4-H For You?
Are you between 6-21 years of age? 
Love to have fun, and make new lasting friendships?
Ready to learn, have amazing experiences, grow, and be challenged? 
Do you like to attend meetings, fairs, social activities?

One annual fee of $100 for the first member in a family and, $85 for every additional child, entitles you to membership in several different clubs, social activities, newsletters and magazines, insurance.

 

Registration Dates and Locations

Friday February 2nd, at the Napanee Fairgrounds, upstairs in the old arena, 4 pm to 8 pm.
Monday February 19th, at the Strathcona paper Centre, 10 am to 4 pm.
Saturday February 24th, at the Newburgh Hall, 10 am to 3 pm

 

2018 CLUBS
Dairy, Judging, Swine, Spooktacular, Beef, Go for the gold, Horse, Feathered friends, Sheep, Spring woodworking, Homecraft Amherst Island, Goat, Introduction to woodworking, Jersey steer ,Region 3 Sr member (16-21), Rabbit & Guinea Pig, Trash to treasure, Drama, Barn Quilts, Veterinary
Cloverbuds(6-8years of age).

For more information, call Keith 613-354-6888

 

CELEBRATE !!

 

     Lennox & Addngton 4-H members, volunteers, friends and family gathered together on November 26th to celebrate the achievements of our young people. These members have worked hard during the past year to accomplish many successes. Members have learned to work with animals such as dairy and beef calves, rabbits, goats, guinea pigs and sheep. They have improved skills in woodworking, crocheting, bird watching and international cooking. They completed clubs where they learned to appreciate and survive  the great outdoors, turn trash into treasures and act and do improve in the drama club. These young people learn to do by doing as they try new and exciting challenges and 4-H opportunities. They have used their heads, hearts, hands and health to try new experiences and improve their self-confidence and knowledge. Some have attended 4-H camps, fairs, animal shows and the Royal Winter Fair.

While all the members are celebrated in their successes, some have stood out as having accomplished top honour awards. Kaitlin Kimmett was awarded the Top Agricultural Member Award sponsored by the Ontario Plowmen’s Association and Lindsay Davis was awarded the Top Life-Style Member Award sponsored by the Royal Canadian Legion-Napanee Branch. Both of these girls are excellent examples of 4-H members who have worked hard to achieve these honours. 

     Being a member of the executive of a 4-H club helps members take on responsibility and improve their skills. At our 4-H Awards Celebration, some members were honoured for achieving top placing as their club secretary or club reported. Top Secretary for a member in a 4-H club went to Saige Traise with honourable mention to Joe Kavanagh, Top club reporter was Grace Davis with honourable mention to Joe Kavanagh
Also we have the People's Choice award for projects submitted to the project barn at the Napanee Fair. This year's winner is Saige Traise for her beautifully embroidered pillow case. 

 

Congratulations to all our members!