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List of livestock open show and information for them.
A list of county residents interested in participating in a Purdue Master Gardener program is building, and with a few more names added we will likely have enough to plan a class for the coming fall. Therefore, I wanted to send out another reminder that if you are interested or have questions about this program, please contact me at: awestfal@purdue.edu or 219-984-5115.
The 2018 Monticello Farmer's Market season is approaching fast, and spots are still open for those interested in becoming a vendor. To better prepare vendors for this season's market, there will be a Farmer's Market Vendor Meeting held on Monday, May 7th at 6:30 P.M. at the 4-H Community Building located at the White County Fairgrounds in Reynolds.
Family life runs more smoothly when there is a shared responsibility for the housework. Whether it's a simple effort like putting dirty clothes in the hamper or a major job like washing the kitchen floor, almost every family member can contribute in some way that fits his/her age and other responsibilities. These guidelines help everyone in the family find a way to pitch in and make doing the housework easier and less of a one-person chore.
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The 2018 White County 4-H Handbook is now available. It contains information regarding the White County 4-H Program including all of the 4-H projects available to White County Members. Note: Cake Decorating Project Guidelines revised March 2018; Revision to Livestock Auction Rules; Addition of Silent Auction of 4-H Building Projects
Time to put the winter coats, sleds and ice skates away for the next winter (I hope!). The weather is starting to finally warm up, which means we get to spend more time outside with our children and grandchildren. Zoos, parks and playgrounds - here we come! When I was a child, there were things on the playground that have since been removed for safety reasons. Did a fond memory just pop into your head? Anyone remember a 12-15 foot (or taller) metal slide with a bump in the center
After a cool, wet start to April it seems that temperatures are finally getting warm enough to dry out the soil. Assuming we can avoid, or at least "weather the storm," of some forecasted precipitation, it seems that air and soil temperatures will be conducive to planting in the coming weeks.

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