The Town and Minburn County Proclaim November National 4-H MonthPosted on: Nov 14, 2019
At the Town's regular Council meeting on November 13, Mayor Tim MacPhee and Deputy Reeve Carl Ogrodnick signed a proclamation declaring November National 4-H Month in the Town of Vegreville and throughout Minburn County.
For over 100 years, 4-H Canada has been one of the most respected youth programs in our area and throughout Canada. 4-H Canada believes youth should learn by doing. This valuable approach to programming has been an important staple in our communities and has played an essential role in shaping our youth. It's because of the contributions 4-H Canada has made in the Town of Vegreville and throughout Minburn County that both municipalities came together to celebrate 4-H Canada.
The proclamation reads:
Whereas, November is National 4–H month; and
Whereas, For over 100 years, 4-H Canada has been one of the most highly respected youth organizations in Canada. We are an organization of close to 25,000 youth members, aged 6-25, and 7,700 volunteers across the country.
Whereas, 4-H is acknowledged as one of Canada’s longest running and most respected youth organizations; and
Whereas, 4–H is fun, friends, camping, pets, performing arts, beef, light horse, creative options, small engines, judging, electronics, and so much more; and
Whereas, at 4–H we “learn to do by doing” trying new things and meeting new people; and
Whereas, each 4–H member not only learns from and about his/her community, but becomes a concerned citizen by helping to make it a better place to live;
Therefore, I, Tim MacPhee on behalf of the Town of Vegreville, and I, Deputy Reeve Carl Ogrodnick, on behalf of the County of Minburn No. 27 Council, do hereby proclaim November as: