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COVID-19 Update – May 5, 2021

COVID-19 Update – May 5, 2021

4-H Alberta always follows AHS guidelines. Currently, 4-H has obtained two exemptions from AHS to support our members and community. The first is the inclusion into the “Youth and collegiate sport and recreation activities” exemption group. The second is the AHS Exemption Order 12-2021 and 14-2021 for 4-H Achievement Day events.

New Marilyn Sharp 4-H Scholarship Offered by MEGlobal & Dow Canada for 2021

New Marilyn Sharp 4-H Scholarship Offered by MEGlobal & Dow Canada for 2021

4-H Alberta is proud to announce that the newly-established Marilyn Sharp 4-H Scholarship will be offered for the first time this Fall to deserving Members entering post-secondary studies. The scholarship is made possible by generous donations from MEGlobal and Dow Canada, in recognition of Marilyn’s long-time volunteer contributions as a member of their Community Advisory Panel.

Shaw Birdies for Kids

Shaw Birdies for Kids

Birdies for Kids (BFK) will match up to 50% of all Donations to 4-H Alberta. 4-H Alberta will receive 100% of all donations, which will go directly to supporting our youth programs. This opportunity also allows all monetary donations to be matched up to 50%, so your donation goes even further - it’s a win-win!

COVID-19 Update – March 12, 2021

COVID-19 Update – March 12, 2021

During the 4-H Alberta Town Hall on Tuesday, March 9, 2021, the Leadership team was asked about the use of community halls/centres for 4-H Club business meetings. 4-H Alberta reached out to AHS and received the following response: Community halls/centres are still closed but can open for the purposes stated under section 42.

COVID-19 Update – March 2, 2021

COVID-19 Update – March 2, 2021

4-H Alberta's COVID-19 update relating to the inclusion of 4-H activities into the "Children's sport and performance activity" easement of restrictions. 4-H Alberta is using this new information to guide the re-introduction of in-person club activities for 4-H clubs in Alberta, based on AHS restrictions and 4-H Alberta’s guidelines. In combination with Alberta Health Services (AHS) guidelines, 4-H Alberta is providing guidelines and restrictions for club-level activities aimed at providing a safe environment for our youth.