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Discovery Days Survey

(Posted September 15, 2014)

We're looking for feedback to help shape the Discovery Days Program in 2015.

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Notice: Website Maintenance

(Posted September 10, 2014)

Please be advised that our 4-H Ontario website is receiving some technical updates and upgrades. We are currently experiencing some difficulties with the login portion of the site at this time. We are working to resolve the issue as soon as possible and apologize for any inconvenience.

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Influencing Three Generations Through 4-H

(Posted August 26, 2014)

If you’re a 4-H member or alumnus, you likely remember one — or even several — 4-H leaders who played a key part in teaching you 4-H values and giving you the guidance you needed to succeed in your club and life.

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Visit Us This Fall Show Season!

(Posted August 15, 2014)

4-H Ontario will be attending several events this fall including Canada's Outdoor Farm Show, the International Plowing Match and the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair. Be sure to stop by and say hi!

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4-H Ontario Alumni Gatherings

(Posted August 8, 2014)

We would like to extend an invitation to these upcoming 4-H Alumni events

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Join Us In Celebrating 100 Years!

(Posted July 16, 2014)

For 100 years, 4-H Ontario volunteers, members, and staff have worked together to create one of the foremost leadership programs for youth. In 2015, 4-H Ontario will mark its century year, celebrating the remarkable success of a program that remains as popular today as it was back in its earliest years.

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Looking for Volunteers

(Posted July 10, 2014)

4-H Ontario is looking for volunteers to help promote 4-H at our booths during the fall show season.

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Student Sees Future in Agriculture

Michael Allan-Marion, Brantford Expositor | (Posted January 1, 0001)

Elizabeth Stubbs says that growing up an avid 4-Her has given her a determination to pursue a career in agriculture.

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