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COVID-19 Update – April 7, 2021
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COVID-19 Update – April 7, 2021

On April 6th, the Alberta government announced that due to the rising number of hospitalizations and variants of concern, Alberta is returning to Step 1 of the AHS 'Path Forward" plan. Step 1 restrictions will remain in place until further notice.

Shaw Birdies for Kids
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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
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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
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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.

COVID-19 Update – 4-H Now Included in Children’s Sport & Performance Easement of Restrictions
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COVID-19 Update – 4-H Now Included in Children’s Sport & Performance Easement of Restrictions

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.

Join Our Team – 4-H Alberta is Hiring!
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Join Our Team – 4-H Alberta is Hiring!

4-H Alberta is seeking a highly motivated, enthusiastic, organized full-time Customer Care Specialist to join us in our fast paced, professional environment. This is a full time, permanent position located at the 4-H Alberta headquarters, 4-H Centre, Westerose, AB.