Ottawa, October 26, 2017 – This November 1, 2017, 4-H Canada is calling on all 4-H supporters to celebrate the 4-H movement of responsible, confident and caring Canadian youth interested in making a positive impact in communities across Canada by wearing green and participating in Show Your 4-H Colours Day.
Dig into your closets this November 1, 2017 and for the entire month, pull out your favourite green clothing and join over 32,000 4-H youth members, volunteer leaders, alumni, government leaders and partners as we celebrate one of Canada’s leading positive youth development organizations.
New this year, 4-H’ers can show the world what 4-H means to you by visiting www.showyour4hcolours.ca and sharing stories, photos or videos of why you are proud to support 4-H in your community, in your country and around the world.
Canadians aren’t the only ones getting green throughout November – landmarks across Canada including the Canada Place Sails of Light in Vancouver and the Charlottetown City Hall in Prince Edward Island will be lighting up green in support of 4-H.
“There are many ways for 4-H’ers to show their 4-H pride on November 1, 2017 – but the best way is to share the impact 4-H has had on your life. Get out into your communities, use the #ShowYour4HColours hashtag and tell your story so that others can learn about our positive youth development movement and experience the positive effects of 4-H,” said 4-H Canada CEO, Shannon Benner.
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About 4-H Canada
For over 100 years, 4-H Canada has been one of the most highly respected positive youth development organizations in Canada. 4-H Canada has close to 25,000 members and more than 7,600 volunteer leaders. Our goal is to help young Canadians “Learn To Do By Doing” in a safe, inclusive and fun environment. We believe in nurturing responsible, caring and contributing youth leaders who are committed to positively impacting their communities across Canada and around the world. To learn more about 4-H Canada, please visit 4-h-canada.ca and follow our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages.
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