The Leader Recognition Award went to Jonathan Devalera of Aldergrove.

Langley’s top 4H members win major awards

Sara Sattran-McCuaig of Woodlands Hare and Hound 4H Club is this year's recipient of the top senior award in Langley District 4H

Sara Sattran-McCuaig of Woodlands Hare and Hound 4H Club is this year’s recipient of the top senior award in Langley District 4H, the BC Hydro Award.

She won a number of awards presented Friday night at the annual Langley District Awards Night, held in Fort Langley. More than 200 members and families from the dozen Langley 4H clubs attended.

Other senior awards went to April Marr (also of Woodlands club) with the CIBC Award, Kaila Kondo (also of Woodlands) with the Bank of Montreal Trophy, and Sam Cleary (of Otter Community Club) with the Langley Centennial Trophy presented by Langley Township and City mayors and councils.

Outstanding achievement awards for junior members went to Keira Holroyd (Woodlands) with the Prarie Coast Equipment Award, Gillian Annette (Woodlands) with the Langley District 4H Award, Nicole Kondo (Woodlands) with the Brarichello Award, and Amanda Shaw (Otter Lamb and Poultry) with the Alice McKay Award.

Scholarships and bursaries were presented to Elizabeth Froc (Langley Agricultural Association and Otter Co-op scholarships), Sarah Douglas (Langley District 4H, Scotia Bank and Otter Co-op scholarships), Rachel Hope and Brandon Koch (Langley District 4H bursary).

The Leader Recognition Award went to Jonathan Devalera, and District Treasurer’s Award went to A.J. Porohowski. Showmanship Awards went to Reid Anderson and Tamara Marlakowski, and Citizenship Awards went to Jaden Peter and Kailee Dance.

Sara Sattran-McCuaig of Woodlands Hare and Hound 4H Club is this year’s recipient of the top senior award in Langley District 4H, the BC Hydro Award.

Sam Cleary (of Otter Community Club) with the Langley Centennial Trophy presented by Langley Township and City mayors and councils.

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