The Alberta 4-H program The 4-H program offers summer and winter camps, exchange trips, junior leader opportunities, social activities, and many chances to make new friends. There are great volunteer opportunities for adult leaders with leader training and certification, award trips and conferences. Opportunities for members and leaders are available at club, district, regional, provincial and national levels. There are 15 clubs in the Rockyview 4-H District with five clubs serving Airdrie: The Alberta 4-H Youth Program is open to urban and rural youth between the ages of 9 and 20 years. Depending on the type of 4-H club, members may pursue a variety of projects from horse, canine, sheep, beef, rabbit, computer, foods, clothing, crafts, drama and small engines just to name a few. Members “learn to do by doing” through hands on learning completing a project each year. As well as completing a 4-H project each year members learn parliamentary procedures and valuable life skills. Great emphasis is put on communications with public speaking or presentations at all age levels.
• Airdrie 4-H Beef Club • Airdrie Helping Hands 4-H Multi • Balzac 4-H Beef Club • Golden Rod 4-H Multi Club • Midnight Express 4-H Horse Club For information on local 4-H clubs, or 4-H in general, contact the Rockyview District Key Leaders or Calgary Regional Specialist: Elaine Manor, Key Leader (403) 289-8777 Wendy Konschuk, Key Leader firstname.lastname@example.org Andrea Church, Regional Specialist (403) 948-8501 Check out our website at 4h.ab.ca
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