4-H Ontario


2019 Winter Club List

Please contact the club leaders immediately to sign up or email brant4h.programmanager@gmail.com

Canceled - COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT CLUB – Do you see things you would like to support, build or change? If the answer is yes, then a community involvement project is the right project for you. Explore the world of giving back; learn how to identify social issues that concern you and design action plans to address them. Gillian Crawley will share with us about chemo Care Totes at one of our meetings – as an example.

Leaders: Janice Kyle pjkyle92@gmail.com   
Tammy Oswick  to13new@gmail.com
Karen Condon karenjc24@yahoo.com

Meeting Dates:  January 30; February 6, 11, 25; March 4

First Meeting: Wednesday, January 30th @ Bethel Stone United Church  6:45 – 9 pm

Achievement: TBA

If you are interested in joining this club please contact the leaders by January 26th.

Let's all use our Hands to Larger Service and give back to our community

OUR HERITAGE: COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT CLUB – Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a museum professional? This is your chance to get behind the velvet ropes! We are so fortunate to have a National Historic Site in our community. We have developed a wonderful partnership and incredible opportunity with the Bell Homestead.

Have you been to the Bell Homestead yet? This club is your chance to become a historical interpreter and presenter. You will be given an introduction to museum interpretation; develop historical thinking skills; research to work on your presentation as well writing interpretation; better your public speaking skills; develop a costume of the time period to reflect your room you are in; Approval of your presentations & notes by the curator and education co-ordinator of the homestead; Presentations to the public at the Edwardian Tea & Tours, Sunday, April 7th.

Leaders: Lesleigh Elgie   lesleigh.elgie@gmail.com
Elaine Elgie sled1@sympatico.ca

Meeting Date: Wednesdays, February 20, 27; March 20, 27; April 3rd
All of these meetings at the Educational Centre at the Bell Homestead.

Time:  7 pm – 9 pm

*Tentative first meeting: Wednesday, February 13th; depending on the number of new members to the club. Parents are encouraged to stay for this meeting!

Wednesday, April 10th – will be a wrap meeting, completing exhibit boards @ Bethel

Note: Attendance is a must at all meetings. Each meeting is required to write your notes, research & gather your information.

Achievement: Sunday, April 7th; Tours given between 12:30 & 4

CLOVERBUDS – for youth between the ages of 7 – 9 years of age (birth years 2010, 2011 & 2012)

Meeting Dates: Meet the 2nd & 4th Fridays 6:30 – 8 pm   First Cloverbud meeting of 2019 - Friday, February 8th

Bethel Leaders:  Elaine Elgie  sled1@sympatico.ca
Lesleigh Elgie lesleigh.elgie@gmail .com
Adriana Van Oostveen vanoadriana@gmail.com

Meeting at Bethel Stone United Church, Bethel Rd. Paris

St. George Leaders:  
Holly Black  holly@parkviewcm.com
Justine Timmermans justine_im_jackson@yahoo.ca

Meeting Place: St. George United Church

Contact leaders to sign up or email brant4h.programmanager@gmail.com for Cloverbuds or any of the 4-H Clubs.