Fonds 1990-57, 1992.20, 2010.22 - CARBERRY 4-H COMBINES fonds

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CA CPA 1990-57, 1992.20, 2010.22

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  • 1963-64, 1965-66, 1966-67, 1967-68,1968-1969, 1973-1974 (Creation)

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6 scrapbooks ; Varying

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The Carberry 4-H Combines was founded prior to [1963] to organize local competitions for youth to demonstrate skills in cooking, horticulture, agriculture, livestock raising, public speaking, as well as crafts and design. It was dissolved sometime after 1974. It held annual events called Achievement Day each summer. An affiliate club was the Carberry 4-H Variety Club. They were subsidiary clubs of the local 4-H Club Council which was founded in circa 1914 as the Boys and Girls Club. This Council also co-ordinated exchanges and scholarships which focus on citizenship, facilitated leadership and career development, and addressed other needs of rural young people. The Canadian 4-H Council is affiliated with others around the world. The 4-H motto is "Learn to do by doing" and the acronym stands for Head, Heart, Hands and Health.

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Records have been presented to the Carberry Plains Archives in 1990 by Leonard Muirhead, in 1992 by Lil Reddon, both of Carberry, Manitoba, and in 2010 by Marjorie Baron also of Carberry

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Records were created as a result of club activities. Scrapbook includes news clippings, reports, photographs.

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