4-H Canada. Angus Ridge Chapter. Angus Ridgette Multiclub

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4-H Canada. Angus Ridge Chapter. Angus Ridgette Multiclub

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4-H is an international, community, non-profit organization for young people. 4-H clubs often formed special clubs designed to appeal to female members. The Angus Ridgette Multiclub consisted of girls aged 12- 14 who lived in the district of Angus Ridge, south-east of Wetaskiwin. The Angus Ridgette Multiclub would meet monthly under the supervision of an adult leader and discuss issues important to teenage girls and plan activities. Activities included visiting seniors in old age homes, raising money for charity, trips to Edmonton, public speaking contests, summer camps and other activities. It is unclear when the group was created.

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City of Wetaskiwin Archives

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