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Lunenburg County 4-H Council

Located In Lunenburg
Where To Find Us
Lunenburg Provincial Building
312 Green St
Lunenburg, NS
Areas Served Lunenburg County
Phone 902-634-7575
Contact Ross MacNeil, Agriculture Extension Coordinator, Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture
Mailing Address c/o Ross MacNeil 
Provincial Building 
132 Green St, PO Box 6000 
Lunenburg, NS B0J 2C0
Fax 902-634-7577
Description & Services
Information Motto: "Learn to Do by Doing" 
4-H provides youth with technical, social, sportsmanship, leadership and life skills essential for their success in agriculture, business, government and community careers. 
4-H IS: 
- a nation-wide youth program dedicated to the development of young people  
- for adults who wish to give leadership 
- belonging to a club in your local community 
- making new friends 
- taking part in club and community activities, sports, games, picnics, campouts, tours, & exchanges 
- taking part in public speaking program 
- working on a project of your choice 
Benefits of Membership: 
There are many benefits of joining a 4-H program: self-confidence, leadership skills, life skills, interview and public speaking skills, and more. Members can also apply for scholarships, national 4-H awards and travel opportunities, as well as jobs. 
Become a 4-H Leader: 
The 4-H program could not exist without input from many dedicated volunteers, and your skills are needed! As a 4-H Leader, you assume an important role in the development of youth. 
How to Join: 
If you are interested in joining the 4-H program, please contact your regional Agriculture Extension Coordinator. There may be an existing club in your community or perhaps a new club could be started.
Eligibility Ages: 7 year(s) - 21 year(s) 
ages 7-8 Cloverbuds as of January 1st 
ages 9-21 4-H Members as of January 1st
Special Information
Tags Recreation Categories ; South Shore Connect ; Special Interest ; Volunteer Opportunity ; Youth