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Introducing Club 1913—an online community for 4-H alumni across Canada!
Over 100 years ago, 4-H Canada began as a grassroots idea in rural Manitoba. Now, it is a highly respected movement—bridging generations and building deep community roots in the agricultural sector. Our programs have helped shape community leaders, agvocates, Olympians, CEOs and parliamentarians from across Canada.
Today 4-H Canada was excited to launch Club 1913—an online community where our more than 350,000 4-H alumni across Canada can re-connect, find unique opportunities and help grow future generations of leaders. How to get involved:

  • Register – if you are a 4-H alumnus we want to connect with you!
  • Tell your friends – get on social media and encourage everyone you know to be a part of #4HClub1913 and the attached e-card
  • Share your story – how did 4-H shape you? We would love to see stories pouring in from 4-H alumni across Canada as we celebrate the launch of this online community (make sure you tag friends from your 4-H days).

You can also visit and read the News Release here.
Watch for updates from us about Club 1913, opportunities for 4-H alumni and how you can get back to your roots! Make sure you keep sharing your story, and the positive impact of 4-H in Canada, by using #4HClub1913 on Twitter and Instagram, and by spreading the word on Facebook.

Alumni in Manitoba

There are many ways to get involved with 4-H Manitoba at club, area, and provincial levels.

  • Do you have specific skills that you can teach to members or leaders?
  • Would you enjoy judging communications events or project displays?
  • Would you like to help organize an event or sit on the scholarship committee?

Contact your local club, area council or Manitoba 4-H Council to volunteer.

  • Are you interested in being a Manitoba 4-H Council Board Member or a 4-H Foundation Trustee?
  • Or do you know someone who would be a good candidate?

Contact Manitoba 4-H Council for more information.

From member to Leader – town fairs are a wonderful learning opportunity!

A special thanks to Shaw TV Winnipeg for making and broadcasting this video of the Elm Creek 4-H Beef Club.