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.
This does not allow for in-person, day-to-day meetings, therefore 4-H Club meetings are not permitted at this time.
4-H Club project activities are allowed at this time, as previously stated. The intent is to allow youth to be able to meet in-person to advance their projects when necessary but not for administrative meetings that can be conducted virtually.
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