- the traditional beliefs, customs, and stories of a community, passed through the generations by word of mouth
- a body of popular myths or beliefs relating to a particular place, activity, or group of people
Source: Oxford Dictionaries: http://oxforddictionaries.com/
4-H Folklore is a place to tell your 4-H story. This blog is dedicated to sharing each 4-H’rs unique experience. From camps and conferences to favourite memories, this blog will reveal the happy, sad, challenging and hilarious stories that make 4-H, 4-H. Devour these pages to read stories from Members, Volunteers, Leaders, Alumni, Council, Foundation and 4-H Ontario Staff. It time to get to know the amazing people that have shaped 4-H Ontario into the organization it is today.
These 4-H stories will help grow the recorded history of 4-H in Ontario. We welcome and encourage you to share your 4-H story! By reflecting on the impact 4-H had in your life, we can ensure the future of 4-H hold the same value, learning and opportunities for new Members and Volunteers. Your story is sure to delight and inspire past, present and future 4-H’rs. If you would like to feature your 4-H story in our online community, please contact Coordinator, Communications, email@example.com or 1-877-410-6748 x 465.
About 4-H Ontario
Through 4-H Ontario, Members, youth aged 9–21, and Volunteer Leaders come together to create a 4-H Club and learn about a selected topic through hands on activities and mentorship. 4-H’rs look to the 4-H Motto and take a “Learn To Do By Doing” approach in all they do. Dedicated Volunteers work with Members to develop leadership and life skills that equip them with tools to reach their full potential and become conscious and contributing citizens. At 4-H we believe it is important to look at the big picture; youth need to see beyond themselves and focus on how their actions affect personal relationships, their community, the environment and society as a whole. 4-H in Ontario began in 1915 and has countless Alumni across Ontario who continue to contribute to their communities and country.
4-H Folklore Code of Conduct
The 4-H Ontario blog is an open space that encourages discussion and connection. In order to preserve the integrity of this space, all comments will be moderated and will only appear online once a 4-H Ontario staff member has reviewed and approved them. Comments will not be altered, but, 4-H Ontario reserves the right to not post comments that are:
- personal attacks on 4-H’rs or other commenters
- false or unsubstantiated allegations
- quote people or sources that are not easily verified
- include vulgar or hateful language or libelous statements, or comments that are legally questionable
- spam or advertising
- impersonating another individual
Please note that although comments will be moderated, the content submitted by members outside of the 4-H Ontario staff body does not necessarily reflect the views of 4-H Ontario.
A Note on Photos
When photos are submitted to the 4-H Ontario Blog, either through a comment creation, or submission of a 4-H story to 4-H Ontario staff, photos of other individuals must not be posted without that person’s written consent. Photos that are brought to our attention, which have been posted without written consent, will also be removed. If the photo contains a minor, consent must be given by both the parent/guardian and the minor featured in the photo. Photos that depict inappropriate of unsafe behaviour will not be tolerated and will be removed.