Walk down 4-H memory lane

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Memorabilia will be showcased  at the Hanna District Show & Sale in Youngstown on June 10 in celebration of 100 years of 4-H in Alberta. It will include a reunion, memorabilia and photos from the past, such as this one from 25 years ago.

4-H Alberta is proud to be celebrating it’s Centennial this year.  The Hanna District has committed to showcasing how 4-H has impacted the lives of so many people over the years in our communities.
In conjunction with the 59th Annual Hanna and District 4-H Show and Sale on June 10 in Youngstown, the District is hosting a reunion for all alumni, 4-H families, and past supporters.
The Walk Down Memory Lane displays will be in the Youngstown Recreation center.  Their goal is to have memorabilia and photographs of all the 4-H clubs and many of the projects from the district’s history and present.
Check out the Facebook page 4-H Walk Down Memory Lane to enjoy some of these memories leading up to the Show and Sale.  4-H cookbooks will also be available for purchase to complete your collection.
Highlights of the Show and Sale will be the Alumni Showmanship class, where 4-H alumni can borrow a calf from a current member to compete and demonstrate their showmanship skills.
Another is the Cleaver Intergenerational Grooming Event, where each of our district’s 19 Cleaver Kids will form a team with a parent and grandparent to groom and show their calendar calf, celebrating the important role of the 4-H family behind every member.
Anyone who has any mementos or memories to share can please contact Crista at (403)363-5932 or Haley at (403)854-6197.
The complimentary coffee will be on and the booth will be open and serving homemade pie.

We encourage everyone to stop in for a visit with their 4-H friends of the past and present, and enjoy a Walk Down Memory Lane.

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