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Alameda celebrates 4-H centennial


Members of the Alameda 4-H Beef Club were joined by mascot Harold the Hare during the club's event to celebrate 100 years of 4-H in Canada. (Photo submitted)

The Alameda 4-H Beef Club celebrated the centennial year of 4-H in Canada by hosting a come-and-go tea in late November at the Alameda Royal Canadian Legion's Hall.

Club members served cake and dainties to those who were in attendance. They also created posters that chronicled their years in 4-H, and all that they have experienced through the organization.

Past club members put trophies and clothing from previous years on display.

Harold the Hare, who is the official mascot of 4-H, attended the celebration. People were able to meet him and have their pictures taken with him.



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