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4-H Ontario website updates : December 5 - 6

South Simcoe 4-H Ontario Awards 2021

2021 4-H Ontario Awards. Congratulations 4-H members.

4-H member Graduating Seal Award

2021 4-H Ontario Awards
Member Plaque and 1 Project – Mikayla Altena, Chloe Bagshaw, Mila Bilinski, Leyah Borscevski,
Hayden Chantler, Kelsey Cox, Isys Degeus, Brooklynn Downey, Morgan Gilpin, Andrew Henderson,
Scott Henderson, Dakota Kirby, Danica Kirby, Ryan McDermid, Briar Morrison, Ben Robert, Sam
Robert, Sydney Somers, Sierra Steuemol, Harry Suffern, Sara Walther-Ford, Abbigail Weir

6 Projects – Jessa Bray, Brooklynn Downey, Rachel Dykstra, Thomas Edwards, Brooklyn Elines,
Olivia Harrison, Abigail Patton, Kole Walker, Maya Wienecke

12 Projects – Alyssa Bray, Amber Folliott, Brooklyn Lloyd, Scarlett McCallum-Pinho, Milana
Palmateer, Nicole Palmateer, Nick Senick

18 Projects – Lauren Cowan, Faun Katirai, Rachael Lange, Paige Moore, Danya Orr, Jayme Orr, Nicole
Palmateer

24 Projects – Lauren Cowan and Rebecca Lange

30 Projects – Lauren Cowan and Jaiden van Kolfschoten

36, 42, and 48 Projects – Isabella Cullen

48, 54, and 60 Projects – Madeleine Cullen

Gaylea Award of Achievement (24 projects and 5 years a 4-H Member) – Isabella Cullen, Rebecca
Lange and Jaiden van Kolfschoten

Graduating Seal – Clairina Paquette

Youth Leader Award – Layne Chantler and Madeleine Cullen

Cloverbud Year One Trophy – Jase Bagshaw, Annika Blank, Kaitlyn Cox, Cole Downey, Lucas
Dunlop, Troy McDermid, Cullen Morrison, Elise Patton, Anna Ploeg, Maggie Suffern

1 Year Volunteer Seal – Devon Altena, Jennifer Bell, Tracy Bishop, Lisa Craig, Ava Doner, Ashley
Harvey, Megan King, Matt Lange, Marieke Patton

5 Year Volunteer Seal – Brittany Harrison and Denise Harrison

35 Year Volunteer Seal – John den Haan

Member with her beef calf dressed as Donald TrumpClairina Paquette started her 4-H career at the age of 18. Clairina was raised in Northern Ontario on a beef
farm. She moved to South Simcoe to work at Everdale Holsteins in Schomberg and go to school in Toronto.
The O’Hara family encouraged her to join the Beeton-Bradford Dairy club where she participated in the 2018
and 2019 EastGen Challenge. In her final year of 4-H, Clairina was hired at Holstein Canada and joined the
Cookstown Beef Club instead. Her future plans include a career in the dairy industry and she is hoping to grow
her blog about agriculture. We congratulate Clairina on her graduation from the 4-H program and wish her luck in all of her future endeavours.