CLASS 15 - The 4-H Program
The Ontario 4-H Program is all about opportunities, personal development, making friends, and having fun. 4-H helps young people (10-21 years of age) learn self-confidence and new skills. Members also learn communication and leadership skills, problem solving and goal setting. 4-H Ontario members can choose to be involved in any of over 60 different projects, ranging from drama to woodworking, life skills to livestock, and square dancing to conservation.
At the Wallacetown Fair:
4-H Clubs and Youth Leader Exhibits-
Entries must be made to the Secretary, Shelley Wilkinson. 519 519 670-7435, email@example.com either in advance or on the day of the fair. All displays must have completed entry tags attached noting the Section (Club or Youth Leader exhibit). No Wallacetown Ag. Society membership is required. But entry forms must be submitted to the office. Please supply your own tables (card table size per exhibit). All exhibits must remain in place until 4p.m. Sunday.
1. Club Exhibits- This Section is open to all 4-H clubs in Elgin County displaying an exhibit from projects done in the fall of last year and those of this year. All entries will receive $20.
2. Youth Leader Exhibits- This is open to 4-H members of any 4-H club in Elgin County displaying a Youth Leader exhibit from projects done in the fall of last year to those done in the current year. All entries will receive $5.00 Completed tags must be attached (name, address).
3. 4-H club members and leaders must cash their cheques no later than the end of the second week of December, otherwise the prize will be forfeited. Exhibits are to be placed Thursday evening between 7-9p.m., then removed at 4p.m. Sunday, the last day of the Fair.
$10.00 total to each member completing their achievement program
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