4H is still going strong after 100 years.

4-H is growing in Fort St. James

This is a big year for 4-H, and the Fort St. James 4H club is growing.

Did you know B.C. 4-H has been around 100 years?

This is a big year for 4-H, and the Fort St. James 4H club is growing.

The club had its first meeting on January 21.

Elections were held and members elected for:

President – Brielle R.

Vice President – Sydnee S.

Secretary – Ethan S.

Treasurer – Emma K.

Safety Officer – Nikayla L.

Reporter – Willa C.

The projects the members are doing so far are: beef, bees, Cloverbuds (ages 6-8), dog obedience, photography, and poultry.

Don’t forget to join us for public skating on February 7 and 9.

Do you want to find out more about how much fun 4-H is?

Our next meeting is February 11 at 7 p.m. at Sowchea.

 

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