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Junior Ambassador Program

The Beaverton Fall Fair Junior Ambassador program is a leadership program for youth in our community. When chosen, the ambassador will represent the Fair and community at various local events throughout the year. The program creates opportunities for participants to improve their public speaking and interview skills, as well as increase their agricultural awareness, leadership experiences and community involvement.

Competitors for the Junior Ambassador Program can be male or female, thus allowing all young people the chance to experience this wonderful program

Benefits of the Program

All youth participating in the ambassador program will receive a monetary reward and have the opportunity to serve various community service hours which can go towards fulfilling the requirements for their High School Diploma. All participants will also have the opportunity to receive a letter of recommendation from our Fair Board, which can be used when applying for employment and/or post secondary education.


To register please fill out the registration form by clicking the link below.  

  • Participants must be between the ages of 12-16 as of January 1st, 2024.

  • Each participant will obtain a $100 business or local organization sponsorship. The sponsorship includes the businesses name on a sash and recognition throughout the competition. Sponsors are encouraged to attend the competition in support of their participant. Cheques can be made out to the Beaverton Agricultural Society.

  • Each junior participant will be required to complete an interview, a speech, an impromptu question and an “All About Me Board.” An “All About Me Board” is a visual presentation of photos and text to present the contestant’s accomplishments, hobbies, and more! The board is to be provided and displayed during the Junior Ambassador competition and the Fall Fair.

  • Junior contestants will prepare a 2-3 minute speech on one of the following topics: Urban Agriculture, Youth and their Role in Agriculture, Agriculture in Brock Township and Surrounding Areas, or Growing up in a Small Town.

  • Participants will be judged on their interview, speech, and All About Me Board.

  • All participants must be available to carry out their duties during the two-day Fall Fair. The ambassador will also represent the Beaverton Fall Fair at a minimum of three functions within the community throughout the year (TBD).

Registration Closes

April 30, 2024

For More Information

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Bianka Warren at (please include Ambassador Program in the subject line).

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