4-H Canada has launched a new online program for its more than 350,000 alumni across Canada.
Former members can register online at Club1913.ca, an online hub for alumni who are interested in connecting and networking with other alumni.
It will help them find opportunities at the local and national level in leading clubs, serving as mentors or volunteers and sharing their expertise with 4-H youths.
4-H alumni can also share stories of the rural youth program in their lives through #4HClub1913.
4-H Canada has more than 24,000 members and 7,400 volunteers.
For more information, visit 4-h-canada.ca.
Traffic safety day
More than 230 children younger than 15 were killed or injured as pedestrians or cyclists each year between 2010 and 2014 in Alberta.
Following too closely was listed as the most common driver error involving collisions with school buses.
During traffic safety days in Alberta this month, students will learn how to safely cross the street, ride the school bus and cycle by participating in interactive stations with traffic safety experts. Motorists are also reminded to take care in school zones and around buses.
Events are scheduled in Grande Prairie, Lac La Biche, New Norway, Onoway, Slave Lake, Wembley, Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Calgary, Camrose and Edmonton.
For more information, visit www.saferoads.com.