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We are hiring! Co-Op. Agriculture Youth Development Assistant. May - December 2021. - Job Posting

The term of employment for the Youth Development Assistant is eight months (May-December). The position will be located in the BC Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Fisheries office in Abbotsford, 1767 Angus Campbell Road. Temporary telework options will be available as needed to allow for COVID-19 workplace safety requirements.

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4-H BC Holiday Give-Back Social Media Challenge - Events

About the contest:

Win a donation for your local foodbank this holiday season!

Does your family love to use local, BC food ingredients in their holiday cooking? Help spread local cheer and enter the Buy BC / 4-H Instagram contest to win a donation for your local foodbank.

To enter, simply share a photo on Instagram of your favourite holiday meal using local, BC ingredients. In your caption, share a little about your food picture and be clear about what local products were used to make it. There will be two prizes, one for the highest engagement, plus a bonus draw prize open to all entries. The photo with the highest engagement (most comments and likes) will win a $1000 donation to their local foodbank. Get creative and encourage your community to rally behind your post! For the bonus draw prize, participants will get one contest entry for every #BuyBC product featured in their post!

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COVID-19 Update - November 20, 2020 Tag: covid-19 updates - Announcements

In light of the BC Provincial Health Officer's announcement on November 19, stating that all events and community-based gatherings be temporarily suspended province wide, all 4-H in-person activities are suspended until after December 7, 2020.

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Quesnel and District 4-H caps off year with photography auction - News & Media

The club has photography from two of its members up for auction on Facebook. Bidding is open from Nov. 18 to 25.

One of the district’s key leaders, Cody Dillabough, said usually the photography would be sold off during the livestock auction, but COVID-19 meant they needed to postpone.

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