Nova Pollock from the Kersley 4-H Club is the Quesnel and District 4-H Program’s Member of the Week for the week of May 4. (Photo submitted)

Meet 4-H Member of the Week Nova Pollock

Quesnel and District 4-H is highlighting hard-working members each week

As Quesnel and District 4-H continues with modifications due to COVID-19, the organization is highlighting its members, who have been working hard all year long. This week’s 4-H Member of the Week is Nova Pollock.

Hi, my name is Nova Pollock. This is my fourth year in the Kersley 4-H Club. This year, my projects are photography for the second year and Breeding Gilt. This is a photo of me with my breeding gilt, Bambi, and her siblings. We raise our own pigs for 4-H, and I really love the Hereford breed of pig for their colour, size and fun/adventurous personalities. Thank you for all your support this year in 4-H, and I look forward to this year’s Show and Sale. My gilt will not be for sale in the Show and Sale, as I will bring her back next year, hopefully as a Sow and Litter!

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