Hosted by Purdue Agriculture, Boiler Bridge is a statewide series of free, open-to-the-public events that help college-curious youth and parents learn more about all fields of study at Purdue University and showcase local Purdue Extension programs.
NEVER HAVE ENOUGH MONEY?
Does your money run out before the end of the month?
Is it difficult to get your bills paid on time?
Do you wish you had more money?
IF YOU ANSWERED "YES," then the "Where Does Your Money Go?" program is for you!
Stay informed with Purdue Extension - DeKalb County's newsletter, "The Extension Edge." Find out what is happening in Agriculture and Natural Resources, Health and Human Sciences, and 4-H Youth Development. If you would like to have the newsletter emailed to you or to come by mail, contact the Extension Office at (260) 925-2562.
News Notes To Parents is a publication of Purdue Extension in Northeast Indiana. Our goal is to support all parents, grandparents, caregivers and teachers with practical researched information that will help you get your infants, toddlers and children ready to learn, stay healthy and be active. More and more research supports that the first three years of life are the most critical in providing a learning environment for children.
Joining a local 4-H club is the first step in becoming involved in your 4-H community. Clubs can be organized by community or project, and generally meet on a monthly basis. Club meetings are a great place for members to share their work, plan community service programs and learn leadership and communication skills.
Purdue Extension Health and Human Sciences (HHS) provides education to people of all ages in Indiana's 92 counties in food, family, money, and health.
4-H Volunteers, it is time to re-enroll for the coming year so that you can sign your Adult Behavioral Expectations for 2016, update your contact information, and let us know you plan on continuing on as a 4-H volunteer.