Please join us for some celebrations of the 30th anniversary of the program! Click here to read our invitation.
The UCT Pavilion in Brandon’s Keystone Centre smelled delicious on June 10th, as 4-H members from across Manitoba competed in the inaugural Food Challenge Provincial Championship! Click here to find out who won!
Our 4-H Art Challenge Online Voting has started! The Turtle Mountain Fair (Boissevain) Online competition has closed. Vote in-person on June 24th and 25th! Click Here to view the canvases in the Dauphin Fair competition. Click Here to vote for your favorite canvas in the Dauphin Fair competition. Click HERE to find out who won at… Read more »
This summer 4-H Manitoba and the York-Benimaru Foundation will celebrate 30 years of this successful Homestay program! 4-H families will once again have the opportunity to welcome 20 Japanese students (approximate ages 16-18) and two teachers into their homes, August 4 to 18. Interested in hosting? Please click here for more information.
4-H Canada and Syngenta Canada are pleased to announce the national winners of the Proud to Bee a 4-H’er video contest. 4-H’ers from across Canada were asked to create a short video, either as a club or as individuals, demonstrating their pride in being a part of the 4-H program and reflecting the wide variety… Read more »
Manitoba 4-H Council President, Carlie Whetter, presented Agriculture Minister Ralph Eichler with a certificate naming him as an honorary 4-H leader for 2017, along with Premier Brian Pallister, on the opening day of Ag Days 2017 for the launch of 4-H alumni Club 1913 in Manitoba. See us in the news: Pembina Valley Online