Provincial 4-H Selections Ambassadors and Award Trips

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 May 6, 2013

4-H Ambassadors Group
4-H Alberta Ambassadors exemplify the leadership, communication and personal development skills for which the 4-H program is recognized. Their role is to promote 4-H to members and non-members.

Southern Region
Bobbi SchweighardtBassano
Nevin SeredaBow Island
Calgary Region
Paulina ChiacchiaCalgary
Justyn MunroAirdrie
West Central Region
Clinton Steeves Bluffton
Allyson WrubleskiCamrose
East Central Region
Myles ButtHughenden
Michelle HooverDelia
Northeast Region
Erin DurieVegreville
Bailey Shandro Willingdon
Northwest Region
Sidney LewisGibbons
Casey MoreyRochester
Peace Region
Marissa Logan Grovedale
Samantha MossSpirit River

Selections Award Trips

Montana 4-H Congress, Bozeman, Montana

July 9 – 12, 2013

During the Congress, the four Alberta delegates will learn how 4-H operates in Montana. Delegates are invited to take part in seminars, workshops and discussions as well as observing various competitions.

Cody BowieRosalind
Monique UittenbogerdAcme
Steven DeGrootVauxhall
Emma Van LoonTiger Lily

Alberta/Northwest Territories Agriculture Development Tour
July 10 – 19, 2013

The tour promotes the importance and diversity of agricultural production as well as value-added products within Alberta and the NWT. Delegates will not only gain local agricultural awareness, but also an appreciation of the culture and lifestyles of residents in different regions of Alberta and the NWT.

Megan BeierleCalgary Graham Bickley Red Deer
Kali BrodbinClandonald Myles ButtHughenden
Mickayla ChamberlandSt. Paul Steven ChiliakOyen
Miriam DeitzMilo Erin DurieVegreville
Justin Gauthier KitscotySidney LewisGibbons
Sarah MagnusonWinfieldIan MiddletonMorinville
Tyla PeachCastor Leah ReidWesterose
J.T. RossCrossfieldKourtney SchillingHalkirk
Bobbi SchweighardtBassanoNevin SeredaBow Island
Bailey Shandro Willingdon Heidi TrensonRimbey

California 4-H Exchange San Diego, California
July 25 – 28, 2013

The delegates will travel to California to participate in California’s annual 4-H Leadership
Conference. At the program, there will be a focus on developing leadership skills and discussing current issues that affect youth.

Clinton Steeves Bluffton
Erica TrensonRimbey

Seminar on the United Nations and International Affairs (SUNIA) at Goldeye Centre
August 11 – 16 or August 18 – 23, 2013

SUNIA is an opportunity for students to expand their horizons and see the world in a different light. The conference is designed to create a forum for the free exchange of ideas and to foster a better understanding of the political, economic and social aspects of global interactions. The conference also features speakers from the United Nations and the Canadian Department of National Defense.

Annaliese CrooymansBow Island
Justyn MunroAirdrie
Michelle HooverDelia

National 4-H Conference in Toronto
November 6 – 10, 2013

Delegates from across the country come together for five days in Toronto to explore communication and bilingualism. This program provides a hands-on learning environment that is complemented with workshops, roundtable discussions, guest speakers and tours of the city.

Ashley BodieCoaldale Raymond GallelliCrossfield
Taelynn GrahamLethbridgeMarissa LoganGrovedale
Shawni LupaschukVilna Jade MarshallInnisfail
Kari SinclairEmpress Allyson WrubleskiCamrose

USA National 4-H Conference in Washington, DC
April 5 – 10, 2014

The delegate will travel to the USA National 4-H Conference in Chevy Chase, Maryland, with 250 American delegates. Participants will enhance their leadership skills, develop international friendships and gain awareness around the uniqueness of each North American program. There will also be the opportunity to visit historical points of interest in Washington.

Casey MoreyRochester

National 4-H Citizenship Seminar – location TBA
April 11 – 17, 2014

Delegates will join other members from across the country for a seminar in Ottawa. Delegates will be involved in group discussions, lectures and seminars dealing with the structure of the Canadian government. They will be able to tour the Parliament Buildings, Government House, the city of Ottawa and attend a session at the House of Commons.

Rebecca CarlsonBlackiePaulina ChiacchiaCalgary
Brooklynn FellgerTurinCasey FinstadEtzikom
Tristan GarnetCalgaryMelissa PalsittTwo Hills
Brodie PiersonWardlow

Alternate List
4-H members listed as an alternate may be called to replace a delegate at any one of the above programs.

Shelby BarrusLethbridgeBriana CarlyonDapp
Delaney HinesDrayton Valley Sharley HoweyValleyview
Brittany LangePonoka Sanne LansinkThree Hills
Aaryn LynhamStettlerLaura MilneDidsbury
Austin MorrisInnisfailSydney PerozakAirdrie
Samantha SternKeoma

Media inquiries may be directed to:
Marguerite Stark
Branch Head, 4-H Alberta
Agriculture and Rural Development
4-H Alberta Facebook page
Erin McFarlane
Agriculture and Rural Development
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