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4-H Still Going Strong Despite Covid

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Press Release
Provided by Ian Clelland

The 4-H Motto “Learn to do by Doing” has gone virtual as Members and Leaders took on a new learning curve to complete summer and fall projects. Completed projects from BBQ dinners to show-ready calves, sheep and horses were “paraded” on computer and tablet pages for all to see.

A Drive Through Awards Day was held at the Cobden Ag Hall grounds so that members could pick up their awards. The winners of the post-secondary school Scholarships were announced on the Renfrew County 4-H Facebook page. A big “ Thank you!” for the continued support of the donors and Congratulations to the winners of the following scholarships:

Renfrew County Federation of Agriculture Scholarships awarded to Brady Wytenburg and April White
Renfrew Lions Club Scholarships awarded to Keely Henderson and Tyson Black

Renfrew County Soil and Crop Association Scholarships awarded to Brady Wytenburg and Keely Henderson

Renfrew County 4-H /Plowman’s Scholarship awarded to Brady Wytenburg and Keely Henderson
The Cull’s Auctions Scholarship awarded to Brady Wytenburg
Renfrew County National Farmers Union Scholarship awarded to Jamie Schultz