4-H Ontario is 100 years old!

4-H ONTARIO IS 100 YEARS OLD!

2015 is a big year for 4-H in Ontario, it is the 100th anniversary

 

2015 is also the the 10th anniversary of the 4-H Ontario ambassador program.

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The ambassador program provides youth with advanced training in leadership, citizenship, communications and public relations. 4-H Ontario Ambassadors channel their energy and 4-H experiences into recruiting new members, representing 4-H Ontario youth at functions, and sharing the 4-H story. for more info about the ambassador program check out the 4-H Ontario website here.

This year the ambassadors are Ava Doner, Cailen Bromley, Laura Scott, Gina Posthumus, Olivia Bolender and myself.  
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From left to right: Nic Willemsma, Ava Doner, Cailen Bromley, Laura Scott, Gina Posthumus, Olivia Bolender
As 4-H ambassadors we have the privilege of promoting the 4-H program by attending 4-H and community events across the province, with a chance of attending national and International opportunities that might become available. 

At the end of Feb I went to Guelph for the Ambassador Training weekend Reception.

The training took place at the 4-H Ontario in Rockwood, with the reception held Saturday night at the Holiday Inn in Guelph.
The next thing on my agenda was a teleconference with the my fellow ambassadors and our staff contact at 4-H, We received Updates from 4-H and discussed ideas to help us during our year as ambassador.

I looking forward to attending many events as throughout Ontario to promote the great program has to to offer.

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The 4-H ambassador program is sponsored by UPI Energy LP and GROWMARK, Inc.
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