Find the heart of 4-H.
2015 North Central Region 4-H Volunteer e-Forum
Get energized as you network with volunteers, county-based staff and state specialists from the 12 states in the North Central Region! Leave with new ideas you can use to infuse heart into your 4-H programs!
Skin is the largest organ in the body, serving as a protective barrier to help prevent harmful substances from entering the body. If you really want to protect your body, commit to protecting your skin and making it a powerful barrier. Learn ways to keep your skin looking and feeling its best.
An afternoon tea is a beautiful way to entertain informally, yet with elegance. Perfect for a ladies lunch, birthday party, housewarming, or shower.
This lesson is intended to help participants make informed choices that can reduce their exposure to indoor air pollution, identify problems in the home that can trigger asthma, allergic reactions, and other health problems, and evaluate and make changes in their home to improve indoor air quality.
Tired of multiple trips to the food market and seeking meal ideas? This session will provide insight on how to clean, organize and prep your kitchen.
During the 18th century the origin of fondue began in Switzerland as a way to use aged cheeses and breads to feed families who had limited access to fresh foods during the winter time. The word fondue comes from the French word, 'fondre', which means 'to melt'. In this class, you will enjoy learning about the history and traditions surrounding fondue. Cheese fondue will be demonstrated. Entertainment tips will be shared and recipes will be sampled.
Knowledge to Go
Join Purdue HHS Extension Educators from Clark, Crawford, Floyd, Harrison, Jackson, Lawrence, Orange, Scott and Washington Counties for a "Fall Program Feast".