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PortraitWilliam James Small

William Small is a community leader who has made good things happen in his home district of Craven, in Regina for the Exhibition and Agribition, in 4-H and in the cattle industry.

He was born at Craven, November 18, 1927, took his primary and secondary education in that district and then in 1948 obtained a diploma in agriculture from the University of Saskatchewan. He and his family farm 1800 acres in the Qu'Appelle Valley where they grow grain and raise Simmental cattle.

Bill was a key mover in establishing Regina as a centre for major agricultural shows. He was a founding director and active promoter of the Canadian Western Agribition, and later served as its president. He was founding chairman of the massive Western Canada Farm Progress Show.

At the Regina Exhibition he served many years as director, and in 1976 as president. From 1984-86 he was chairman of the Provincial Showcase of Champions. The showcase brings together to Regina all champions of the province from art, photography, homecraft, heavy and light horses, cattle, sheep and all other livestock.

Bill was an active 4-H leader in the Craven area for 16 years and served a term as president of the district 4-H council. He was a director of the Saskatchewan and Canadian Shorthorn Associations, director of the Saskatchewan Simmental Association, president of the Canadian Simmental Association and director of the Saskatchewan Cattle Breeders Association. He served on the board of the Saskatchewan Horned Cattle Fund and as vice-president of the Saskatchewan Livestock Association. He judged at many cattle shows in western Canada and also at the Royal Winter Fair in Toronto.

Bill is a former director of the Saskatchewan Agricultural Hall of Fame.

He served as rural municipal councillor from 1969-73 and as a school trustee.

Nominated for the Saskatchewan Agricultural Hall of Fame 1989
by the Regina Exhibition Association.

 

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