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Brant 4-H Info

How does 4-H work?

4-H allows youth to learn to do by doing! 4-H is for young people 9 to 21 years of age by January 1st of the current year. Clubs are a minimum of 12 hours, plus an achievement meeting or event.  Members must attend a minimum of 2/3’s of the club meeting time, complete club work and complete and attend the achievement event.

4-H in Brant

Annual Membership fee for 2020 is $100. Cloverbud Annual Membership fee for 2018 is $100.

4-H Ontario offers many conferences and camps. These opportunities are a way to meet 4-H Members from throughout the county, the province and the country, better your leadership skills and have fun!

The 4-H Pledge

Every 4-H event includes the 4-H Pledge. By repeating it together we are reminded of the goals of the 4-H program which has been active in Brant County for many years. As years go by many things change but the friendships and fun gained by young people remains ever strong!

I Pledge:

My HEAD to clearer thinking

My HEART to greater loyalty

My HANDS to larger service

My HEALTH to better living

For my club, my community and my country.

 

Brant 4-H Board Contact Information

Position

Name

Phone Number

Email

President 

Jim Young

 

jfrog9@rogers.com

Vice President

Pam Charlton

 

tpcharlton@kwic.com

Past President & Livestock Coordinator

Val Stone

519-732-1928

valstone18@hotmail.com

Secretary

Michelle Linington

519-400-2113

liningtonm@gmail.com

Treasurer

Gord Vellenga

 

 

Association Representative

Lesleigh Elgie

  lesleigh.elgie@gmail.com
Fundraising Tammy Oswick   to13new@gmail.com

Leader Rep

Susan Eddy

 

susanljeddy@gmail.com

Volunteer Coordinator

Karen Condon

519-771-9089

karenjc24@yahoo.com

Media Coordinator

Laura Coleman

519-770-6528

nisbet_laura@hotmail.com or brant4hnews@gmail.com