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November 2014

4-H Ontario is launching a brand new lottery. The Stay Or Play Lottery is here and offers tons of new prizes. There' s a few big congratulations to hand out to our two Amber Underwood Memorial News Competition winners, as well as this year's Provincial Go For The Gold Competition winners from Kawartha Lakes-Haliburton. Our 100th Anniversary celebrations are ramping up and just in time for the festivities are some brand new 100th MiniStore items, and a 100th Anniversary launch event. 

The Stay Or Play Lottery 

We're proud to present the brand new 2015 4-H Ontario Stay Or Play Lottery! Revamped and revised, the Stay Or Play Lottery replaces the 4-H Ontario Dream Dinner Lottery of years past. The Stay Or Play Lottery features a slate of amazing new prizes, along with lower ticket prices. For prize info and how to purchase tickets click here >

Brand new items have hit the 4-H Ontario MiniStore! Check out our new 100th Anniversary branded aprons and pins, plus new sticker sheets and Alumni toques. More new items are on their way so be sure to keep checking back often for great items for the Christmas season here >
4-H Canada has club level fundraising options and other great opportunities for clubs, members and volunteers. Nominations and submissions for many awards are also coming up soon! Find out more here >
Congratulations to this year's winners of the Amber Underwood Memorial News Competition. The 2014 winners are Nicole Scott of Grenville County in the Senior Category and Laurel Pierroz-Wong of York County in the Junior Category. To read their winning entries click here >
This year's championship took place on Saturday, November 8 during the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair and was highlighted by a dominating showing from the team from KLH of Region 3 who cliamed the title. For the whole story click here >
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