4-H Manitoba is preparing to celebrate 4-H Day at the Royal Manitoba Winter Fair online. For more information on the March 30 event, please click here.
Reminder that all Leaders must complete this training. Please click here for information on how to access 4-H Learns, where you take the Commit to Kids training. NOTE: You only need to take the full training once. A refresher training is being developed.
Additional dates for Youth Safety at 4-H in Canada training have been scheduled in April. Sessions will be held via Zoom on April 10 at 1 p.m. and April 15 at 7 p.m. Please watch for an email with Zoom links for the April sessions.
For information on the insurance policies covering the activities of 4-H Canada and provincial 4-H organizations, please refer to this document which is intended to be a quick reference guide for staff and Boards, 4-H leaders and volunteers across Canada.
A new free Food Safety Knowledge course can be used to obtain the certification required to be a Club in Good Standing at 4-H Manitoba. Please click here for more information. Participants should submit the email acknowledging completion of the course to the provincial office. There is no requirement to purchase a certificate. The Food Safety Connection flyer in the Head Leader Binder contains a website link that is no longer available.
The Manitoba Hereford Association would like to hear from 4-H members if their project animal is Hereford or Hereford influence. The organization has tokens for 4-Hers, whose names will also be entered into a draw for a $500 voucher towards the purchase of a Hereford animal. Contact Jay Rimke at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Information about all breed contacts can be found here.