Stormont 4-H Association

A dedicated group of volunteers working cooperatively to deliver a multitude of projects/clubs for a wide variety of youth in Stormont County and also to friends of Stormont County.

Register for 2022

On March 7, Chief Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Kieran Moore of the Government of Ontario announced the removal of masking requirements for most settings beginning March 21. 4-H Ontario will follow provincial government guidelines and as of March 21 will no longer require masks to be worn during in-person 4-H activities; however, 4-H associations are to follow the requirements of their local public health unit, and this may include wearing masks for in-person activities.

The decision to wear or not to wear a mask is a personal choice and it is imperative that everyone is treated with respect and consideration. It is important that all 4-H’ers have respectful dialogue with all who are engaging in in-person 4-H activities to ensure the health and safety of all participants is honoured. There is no tolerance for conduct that conflicts with the Code of Conduct for 4-H in Canada or other policies.

All in-person 4-H activities must continue to follow public health guidelines including self-screening before attending any in-person activities. 4-H participants, volunteers and guests must also complete a COVID-19 waiver prior to participating in any 4-H activity. COVID-19 waivers can be found as part of youth online registration, the annual volunteer participation form and on the website here for guests.

4-H Ontario encourages 4-H associations to continue offering virtual and hybrid club meetings to keep their 4-H’ers safe and their activities inclusive for those who are unable or uncomfortable attending in-person activities.

To host an in-person 4-H activity, 4-H associations/clubs must submit an activity plan at least 14 business days prior to the start date of the activity. All activity plans must be approved prior to the commencement of the proposed in-person activity. An activity plan can be submitted here.

For more information on Roadmap to Reopen:  https://www.ontario.ca/page/reopening-ontario#section-2

Link to the Activity Planning Form:  https://4-h-canada.i-sight.com/external-capture

4-H Ontario COVID-19 Resources: https://4-hontario.ca/about-4-h/covid-19-news-updates/


All STORMONT Clubs are to be virtual until in-person 4-H ACTIVITIES have been approved following the 4-H Ontario protocols. https://4-hontario.ca/about-4-h/covid-19-news-updates/   

Please be aware of any additional precautions for the Eastern Ontario Health Unit.  Review:  https://eohu.ca/en   

A copy of the approved in-person Activity Planning Form is to be sent to Stormont 4-H President, Neil Robinson neilrobinson742@gmail.com


Click on Stormont Calendar for 4-H Activities.



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Wanting to become a volunteer or need a volunteer participant form.  Click on Volunteer



President:  Neil Robinson    neilrobinson742@gmail.com       (613) 537-5254                                         

Webmaster (4-H Ontario – Stormont) – Barbara Ann Glaude        BAGlaude.Stormont4H@gmail.com     

Webmaster – Social (Facebook) – Kalya Manley    Kayla.krystine@gmail.com 

Secretary – Molly McDonald stormont4hsecretary@gmail.com

Treasurer – Kristina Stewart stormont4htreasurer@gmail.com


2022 Clubs


  • Check back for more information soon.
  • Cloverbuds
  • Heritage Beef
  • Stormont Beef 
  • Goldfield Calf
  • Stormont Dairy 

2021 Clubs Completed

♦Stormont Knitting          ♦Stormont Container Gardening          ♦Stormont Green Thumbs (Gardening)          ♦Stormont Cloverbuds          ♦Digital Photography (Grey County is hosting)

Goldfield Calf Club          ♦Stormont Dairy Club          ♦Stormont Beef Club          ♦Stormont Heritage Beef Club          ♦Stormont Woodworking Club

2020 Clubs Completed 

♦ Stormont Happy Holidays-Annual Celebrations          ♦ Heritage Beef          ♦ Dairy          ♦ Dairy (Fitting & Showmanship)          ♦ Cloverbuds          ♦ Beef          ♦ Crafts (paper)                ♦ Knitting Club         ♦ Stormont Chocolate Club (Eat and Go)          ♦ Stormont Chocolate Club ( K & F )          ♦ Christmas Club          ♦ Ol Tyme Christmas On The Farm          ♦ Judging    ♦ Knitting

Let’s Get Growing Project

Stormont Container Gardening -- The Gardening Club is starting this Tuesday March 16 from 6:30-8pm! Join Denise, Fred, and Kayla and learn about how to grow your own vegetables in containers. No supplies necessary! They will be provided to you. Meeting via Zoom March 16 and March 23 and then every other Tuesday until the end of July. We hope to see you there.

Mar 16 - Jul 27

Knitting with Wool Project

Stormont Knitters -- Stormont Knitting Excellent news! The knitting club is starting back up again on Thursday nights at 6:30 pm. The first meeting will be held on January 28th (VIA ZOOM). If you would like to join Denise, Kayla and Glenda on their woollen journey, please email denisemanley68@gmail.com and/or Kayla.krystine@gmail.com and be sure that you have paid your 4-H Ontario 2021 club fees through their website: 4-hontario.com

Jan 28 - Mar 11

Cloverbud Program

Hello Stormont 4-H Families! With another year upon us, we have decided to continue our Cloverbud Program in Stormont. Due to current restrictions and uncertainties in the upcoming year, programming will be a little different this year. Registration with start on Wednesday February 10th and will close on Wednesday March 3rd. **Once registration closes, we will not be accepting any more members for the 2021 Cloverbud Program. Please note that this deadline is to properly allow our leaders to prepare for the year, and safely offer activities to our Cloverbuds. This year, Cloverbuds will be able to participate in activities from a variety of learning methods and participate in at-home learning activities and challenges, virtual club meetings via Zoom, and hopefully in-person small group activities. Our first introductory virtual Zoom meeting will take place on Friday March 5th, 2021 at 6:30pm for approx. one hour. This meeting will allow participants to meet fellow Cloverbuds and their families, introduce themselves with a short show and tell, and take part in a few ice breaker activities. Programming will run from March to November. More details for club meeting dates, virtual meetings, and club activities to follow. Please keep in mind that dates and activities will easily be subject to change based on restrictions and regulations. Membership fees for 2021 New members: $100 Returning members from 2020: $65 TO REGISTER (February 10 – March 3): Email Molly McDonald at mollymcd@live.com or call 613-662-2180 with child’s name and age. The response email will have details on how to proceed with payment and online registration. We look forward to another fun and engaging Cloverbud program in 2021. If you have any questions or concerns please reach out. Stay safe and healthy, Molly McDonald & Neil Robinson

Mar 01 - Nov 30

Let’s Get Growing Project

The Stormont Green Thumbs Leaders -- Susanna Bretzler jsbretzler@gmail.com Harietta Bretzler fhbretzler@xplornet.ca NEW CLUB: LET'S GET GROWING The club will focus on growing plants from seed in your own garden. Requirements: - members must have access to their own 4'x4' (minimum) soil plot to grow their own onions, spinach/lettuce, beans, cucumber, and zucchini Achievement: 1) Record book of their garden's progress (video/picture for posting). 2) If regulations permit: weekly gardening maintenance for a club grown, corn and potato plot with the intent to sell produce at a roadside stand. Leaders: Harrietta Bretzler and Susanna Bretzler Where: Most meetings will be held East of Crysler When: March 29th, 7-8 pm April 24th, 9-11:30 am May 20th, 7-8:30 pm June 8th, 7-8:30 pm June 22nd, 7-8 pm July 5th, 7-8:30 pm July 20th, 7-8 pm + weeding times Achievement Date: TBD towards the end of July/early August For more info or to sign up for this club please contact Harrietta fhbretzler@xplornet.ca or via text 613-447-0231

Mar 29 - Jul 20

Beef Project

It’s time for another season of Heritage Beef! This club is open to all 4-H members, new and returning, that were 9 years old as of January 1, 2021. We are accepting all beef breeds. Due to Covid, restrictions are still in place. Meetings will be via Zoom until we get the go ahead to meet in person. There are many opportunities to show this year. Some will be video shows and, hopefully, some in person if restrictions get lifted. Leaders, Fred Stewart, Jakob Vogel, Denise Beaudette-Manley, and Ashley Taillon are looking forward to spending the summer working with you and your calves. Please email denisemanley68@gmail.com to sign up. If you are new to 4-H, you also need to visit https://4-hontario.ca/ to register as a member. These are the meeting dates: April 13, 28 May 12, 26 June 9, 23 July 7, 21 Aug 4, 18 Achievement Day is tentatively scheduled for Aug 28 depending on restrictions.

Apr 13 - Aug 28

Digital Photography Project

Hello, Stormont 4-H members aged 9-21 years old! NEW CLUB: Digital Photography hosted by Grey County (all virtual meetings) Do you have a digital camera and want to learn how to take better pictures? There is no need for an expensive camera you can use phones, i pods or cameras of any kind. Sign up for the Rocklyn Lifeskills 4-H Club (Grey County) Digital Photography Club and learn more while getting to meet members from Grey County (in southwestern Ontario). No fee, meetings by Zoom! First meeting: THIS Thursday, March 25th at 7 pm, club to run until fall. Achievement day is tentatively "Show me Your town", a virtual presentation of photos from your town showing and explaining what you would see if you come to visit me. To register: pay your membership fees online and email rocklyn4hlifeskills@outlook.com Your Stormont Contact for this club is Neil Robinson: neilrobinson742@gmail.com

Mar 25 - Oct 31

Dairy Project

Goldfield Calf Club. This club is open to all 4-H members, both new and returning who are 9 years old as of January 1, 2021. This club will focus on clipping, showmanship, nutrition, calf care and judging. We still would like members to work with a calf this year if it is safe and possible to do so. Due to Covid-19 there are still restrictions in place when it comes to in-person meetings, so for now we will be holding our meetings via Zoom until we are able to meet in person again! Our first meeting date is planned for Wednesday, April 14 from 7-9pm via zoom and following that meeting you will get the rest of the meeting dates. The leaders for this club are Kelsey Smith, Jakob Vogel and Cassidy Smith. We are hopeful that we will be able to show this summer and there might even be some chances again for virtual shows. If you have any questions about the club or to join, please email Kelsey Smith at goldfieldholsteins@gmail.com.

Apr 14 - Sep 07

Woodworking Project

SIGN UP BEGINS: Saturday April 10th, 2021 at 8am Woodworking at Home Club Leaders: Neil Robinson & Jill Robinson Club Limit: 12 participants Fee: $10 per member (to be paid once membership is confirmed, instructions will be sent) TO SIGN UP: Email Neil Robinson at neilrobnson742@gmail.com Please include members' full name, completed PAF (received when registered online), address where supplies are to be dropped off if different from PAF home address. Required: Safety Glasses Adult to help with the use of hand tools eg. holding of items to cut and assemble. Tools and Supplies will be delivered via a porch drop-off in advance of the club starting. This club will be completed via Zoom Meetings with leaders providing instruction and guidance during each meeting. Leaders will also be available for questions when members are working on their projects at home via text, phone or Zoom. This club is for beginners with a focus on woodworking basics, safety, tool recognition, measurement etc. Members will build a stool as the main project completion. Meeting dates: Fri April 16, 7 pm Mon April 19, 7 pm Wed April 21, 7 pm Fri April 30, 7 pm Mon May 3, 7 pm Thurs May 14 7 pm Achievement Day Date TBA: Achievement will be a video presentation of the completed projects by the end of May. Thanks to the Farm Credit Canada Club Fund Grant program for helping support this project.

Apr 16 - May 30

Stormont 4-H Association

A dedicated group of volunteers working cooperatively to deliver a multitude of projects/clubs for a wide variety of youth in Stormont County and also to friends of Stormont County.


President – Molly McDonald


Webmaster (4-H Ontario – Stormont) – Barbara Ann Glaude


Webmaster - Social (4-H Ontario – Stormont) – Kelsey Smith


Secretary – Kristina Stewart

Treasurer – Fabienne Kagi

Contact Stormont 4-H Association