The Manitoba Government has confirmed that 4-H meetings and events can take place but need to adhere to the current public gathering restrictions, in addition to the 4-H specific requirements listed here. At this time, a maximum of 5 people may attend a gathering in an indoor public place or the common areas of a… Read more »
Posts Tagged: April 2021
New health restrictions are in effect as of Tuesday, April 20, 2021 and the province remains in the Red (Critical) level on the pandemic emergency response system. 4-H Manitoba clubs are reminded to follow provincial health guidelines. All 4-H in-person activities are suspended until further notice. The new restrictions will remain in effect until 12:01… Read more »
If you are aged 55 or over and have not made a Will or need to update your existing Will, we can help. 4-H Manitoba is participating in Free Wills Month to provide an opportunity for you to have your Will written, or updated, free of charge through a local lawyer or notary. Having an… Read more »
M4HC, supported by Save-On-Foods, is giving 4-H Manitoba members and clubs a chance to showcase what they are doing this year through a video contest that kicked off on April 1, 2021. Please click here for more information about the competition and $1,500 prize, here for registration form and here for waiver.
Due to COVID-19, Manitoba Beef Producers has pushed back its 2021 Scholarship deadline until November 5, 2021. Six scholarships, worth $500 each, will be awarded. For more details, please click here and here for application.
The Manitoba government has announced the creation of the Student Advisory Council, which will provide input on the future of education. The council will be comprised of up to 20 youth, aged 14 to 18, who will serve one-year terms. Visit https://bettereducationmb.ca for more information. To read the provincial news release, click here.