This book celebrates a century of 4-H in Ontario through stories of members and families from across rural Ontario who have been involved in the 4-H program. Part 1 of the book was originally published in 1995 on the 80th anniversary of 4-H in Ontario and covers its early beginnings and the growth of the 4-H program at the provincial level and in each county and district of the province. Part 2 covers the last 20 years and the story of 4-H Ontario's growth to become an independent organization and the impact of the 4-H program on families who have been involved in 4-H through several generations. The book showcases how 4-H has kept up with the times to provide diverse programs and a continuum of excellence to inspire youth and give them hands-on experience to develop transferable skills for their future. Some 40 photos are included to help depict the 4-H story over the last century. www.4-hontario.caOne of the first Ontario 4-H ambassadors, Erica Murray, began her 4-H experience as a member in Huron County and is now ... Clubs including Beef, Vet Science, Animal Friends, Plowing, Lawn Tractor Pulling, Farm Safety and Photography.
|Title||:||Celebrating a Century of 4-H in Ontario|
|Publisher||:||FriesenPress - 2015-08-31|