Emma D. won the 4H club's biggest award.

Glen Valley 4-H Club celebrates 20th annual awards night

Members all received their Achievement Certificates for completing their project work during the year

The Glen Valley 4-H Club Awards Banquet was held Nov. 28 in Murrayville.

Members all received their Achievement Certificates for completing their project work during the year.

Awards for the public speaking, demonstration, educational displays and judging were given to both Junior and Senior members.

Rabbit and Photography members were also recognized for their Showmanship and Display skills.

The Reserve Aggregate Award was won by Jessicah L.  The Grand Aggregate Award, sponsored by Otter Co-op, was won by Emma D.

The 4-H program provides young people with an opportunity to learn how to become productive, self-assured adults who can make their community and country a good place in which to live. This is fostered through project and program work, experiences with their 4-H club members and leaders and their participation in district, regional and even provincial programs.

The goal of the 4-H program is youth development. The objectives of 4-H clubs are knowledge, leadership, citizenship and personal development.

If you would like more information about the 4-H club, please email to glenvalley4h@gmail.com.

Members of the Glen Valley 4H Club with their certificates at their 20th annual awards night held in Murrayville on Nov. 28.