“Club registration is still open,” says Cameron Horner, 4-H communications specialist with Alberta Agriculture and Forestry. “We are expecting about 320 clubs, and that will be around 6,000 members and about 2,000 volunteers once online registration closes on December 1.”
Clubs must have a minimum of 8 members and at least one volunteer leader who is 18 years of age or older. In addition, a club must offer at least one 4-H approved project.
“As for the growing popularity of the carcass beef project,” Horner adds, “members will once again have the opportunity to compete in the province-wide Steer Carcass Competition in 2020. Deadline to register for that project is also December 1.”
Go to the 4-H Alberta website to register and for more information.
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