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North Peace District 4-H Report

Despite COVID restrictions, the six North Peace District 4-H Clubs are in full swing. Our volunteer leaders and District Council have put in many hours of discussion and effort to keep the kids participating in the usual activities, but in new ways.
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Despite COVID restrictions, the six North Peace District 4-H Clubs are in full swing. Our volunteer leaders and District Council have put in many hours of discussion and  effort to keep the kids participating in the usual activities, but in new ways.

All clubs have completed their club level communication projects using Zoom, slide shows, and drop off points. The top two members of each communication 
type in both Junior and Senior levels then went on to District Communications where the Communication Committee pulled off a successful, first ever, virtual 
communication competition.

Members have their beef, sheep and swine projects in full swing. Leaders are able to check in virtually on projects and report that animal projects are doing well.

Poultry, photography, honeybee, and gardening projects are ramping up with the coming of spring and members are looking forward to beginning these projects. Baby chicks have been ordered  and we’re all hoping the snow is gone soon. 

District Council is hoping for in-person achievement days but is also putting together plans for virtual achievement if necessary. There will be an on-line auction 
again this year, hopefully in conjunction with a live auction at the fair grounds. Kudos to all leaders and members of the District Council for their work and adjustments during this challenging time. 

The North Peace District 4-H thanks all of our sponsors. If you would like to support local 4-H, please visit our Facebook page, and contact us for further information.