4-H award winner, ambassadors named

Amanda Hardman, from Stony Plain, is the 2019 4-H Alberta Premier’s Award recipient.

The seventeen-year-old has been a member of the Stony Riders 4-H Club for six years, and served as a 4-H Club president and 4-H Canada youth service leader. She also won a bronze medal as a 4-H Canada Fair finalist at the Canada-wide science fair.

Hardman was also named as one of 14 4-H Alberta Ambassadors (who promote 4-H and youth involvement in Alberta). The others are: Brooklyn Niznik (Brooks), Ellie Stauffer (Pincher Creek), Cailey Church (Airdrie), Breanna Correia (Calgary), Kale Chessor (Lacombe), Lois Schultz, (Wetaskiwin), Kira Axley (Czar), Sam Gridley (Morrin), Megan Krys (Vermilion), Ashley Lastiwka (Willingdon), Alyssa Melanson (Pickardville), Ashley Heft (County of Grande Prairie), and Moira McRann (Bay Tree).

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