New Ontario 4-H council president named

Cheryl Sullivan

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The Ontario 4-H Council announces that Cheryl Sullivan of the Carleton 4-H Association has been elected as the new Ontario 4-H Council President. Sullivan assumed the role of President on May 7, 2020 at the council’s virtual annual general meeting. She previously held the role of Vice President and will replace outgoing President Dennis Carnegie.

Sullivan has worn many hats throughout her time in 4-H, as a member, volunteer, leader and board member. She was a 4-H member in the Huron 4-H Association for eight years where she participated in many agricultural and homemaking projects and then became a 4-H leader. In 2010, Sullivan began volunteering in the Carleton 4-H Association where she has led the Dairy Club, Field Crops Club and many life skills clubs.