The 2022 4-H Saskatchewan Provincial Public Speaking Competition was held in Middle Lake on April 9. 

4-H Saskatchewan’s District 28 4-H Council was host to 32 members from across Saskatchewan in Middle Lake.

 The event was held in person for the first time in two years, and showcased the knowledge and creativity of 4-H’ers.

After many speeches, the judes determined placements:

Cloverbud Results

1st Place- Josie Riou- Hanley Light Horse 4-H Club – “The Big Decision”

2nd Place- Kate Hougham – Hillmond 4-H Club – “Snow Forts”

3rd Place- Brooke Quinton – Springside 4-H Beef Club – “Important Things About Calving Time”


Junior Results

1st Place- Kamilah Pineda – Redvers Wranglers Light Horse 4-H Club – “EnCanto”

2nd Place- Addison Pain – Medstead Multiple 4-H Club – “The Best Trip Ever”

3rd Place- Maria Brons- West PA 4-H Beef Club – “Honey Bees”



1st Place- Amber Spray – Kelvington 4-H Beef Club – “The Rush”

2nd Place- Ava Loveridge – Goodeve Multiple 4-H Club – “Weird Words”

3rd Place- Kiersten Nienhus- Sask Valley Dairy 4-H Club – “Mental Health and You”



1st Place- Hunter Reid – Saskatoon 4-H Beef Club – “Overcoming the Fear of Public Speaking”

2nd Place- Megan Kelly- Moosomin Multiple 4-H Club – “The G-O-O Family”

3rd Place- Adrian Byman – Tisdale 4-H Beef Club – “Change” 


4-H Saskatchewan wanted to thank the judges, Patti Durand, Cameron Choquette, Chad Paetsch, Elan Baun, Taryn Heidecker, Brendan Smith, Adrianna Wormworth, Dave Altrogge, Kim Hauber, Ann Ramler, Corrine Breker, and Valerie Kirsch for volunteering.


4-H also wanted to thank it’s Platinum sponsors, 4-H Saskatchewan, Lake Lenore/Middle Lake Co-op, RM of Hoodoo #401, and it’s Gold sponsors Ledcor, FCC Saskatoon, A Horizon Ag Research, and RM of Three Lakes #401.