What does a Youth Rep do? The role of regional rep is to take ideas and communicate them with the National rep. - A regional rep should be in touch with all branch reps of their region to ensure they are getting everyone’s opinions. - They should attend all Regional meetings as they hold a vote on the board. - It is up to the youth rep to communicate the reports from the National Youth Rep to the branch reps so they know what is going on.
Contact the Youth Reps through their Facebook Page or their Instagram Page!
Jane has been a competitor and pony clubber for over 6 years. She has four horses of her own, which she keeps at her home in Norton, New Brunswick! The Region feels that Jane's experience as a clubber, competitor, and mentor to younger clubbers, will contribute exponentially to the Region's well being!
Megan is a 21 year old pony clubber from the Cardwell Pony Club who will be representing NB/PEI at the 2017 National Dressage Competition in Edmonton, Alberta for First Level. She recently purchased her first horse, Titus, who she hopes to event with. When she is not in the barn, she can be found at the University of New Brunswick finishing her degree in Psychology.
Tyra Lingley is a member of the Hampton Pony Club, where she has been for 6 years! She's had the pleasure of attending 2 National Quizzes! Tyra just finished building her own barn, Black River Stables, where you can find her first horse Quest, and her new guy Scout! Tyra has been working towards achieving her Instructor's Certification because she loves passing on her knowledge to young Pony Clubbers!
Jane and her horse, Gina.
Megan riding Tessa.