4-H Canada Virtual Meeting Guidelines

4-H Canada recognizes that throughout the response to COVID-19, staff and leaders are finding new ways to virtually engage with our youth members and with one another. Continuing activities that promote connections with peers and 4-H leaders can reduce the vulnerability of isolated youth and is a positive mental health activity for all participants.

Please click here for guidelines for youth safety in communications and virtual meetings, which include links to mental health resources for leaders and youth.

Unleashing Creativity During Disruption to 4-H Programming

M4HC encourages Members to continue to participate in the International Art Exchange, using whatever paper/art equipment you have available to capture a “Coronavirus moment in time”.  Pictures can be mailed to the Brandon office, 1129 Queens Ave. Brandon MB  R7A 1L9, or submitted by cellphone photograph emailed to lmcrae-walker@4h.mb.ca.  Let’s display your creativity about how you feel, or what is happening in your life, during these pandemic times.  For art labels and parental permission form, please click here.

Radio Station Gives Manitoba Children Chance to Share Stories About Life During COVID-19 Pandemic

CBC Information Radio (6 a.m.-8:35 a.m. weekdays) is inviting submissions from Kid Reporters.  Reports can be phoned in to 204-788-3205 or emailed to radio893@cbc.ca.  Content of reports can be about any aspect of a child or youth’s day away from school and at home during the week.  4-H Members are also asked to submit a copy of their written report to lbryde@4h.mb.ca.

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