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Ormstown 4-H alum is named provincial coordinator

Quebec 4-H has declared the end of its search for a provincial coordinator, appointing Ormstown native Gillian MacDougall to the position.

The role of provincial coordinator means that MacDougall will serve as the main link between Quebec and Canada 4-H. She will be the key staff person supporting the board of directors, volunteers, and members of local 4-H groups throughout Quebec. She will be starting April 2, working between home and the head office located at McGill University’s Macdonald campus in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue.

MacDougall has been involved with 4-H since becoming a member of the Ormstown 4-H club. Since then, she has been a board member at the provincial level, and a leader of the Shawville club. Her previous employment was with the Canadian Agriculture Museum, where she worked for 10 years after graduating from Carleton University.


Gillian MacDougall has been selected as the new Quebec 4 H provincial coordinator PHOTO Quebec 4 H


In a statement released by Quebec 4-H, Paige Frost, the current president, exclaims how pleased the board is and that they’re excited to see what MacDougall will bring to the organization.

MacDougall noted that “Growing up, 4-H was a huge part of my life,” and described how she is happy to give back to an organization that she truly believes embodies youth development and community.

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