Megihann Leininger, Health & Human Science Educator from Fulton County's Spring Newsletter.
Fulton County Extension Homemakers offfer a CAREER ADVANCEMENT SCHOLARSHIP. Fulton County Extension Homemakers Association, is an organization affiliated with The Cooperative Extension Service of Purdue University and is interested in furthering education, leadership and community volunteerism. IEHA is offering a scholarship to Indiana homemakers who are twenty-five (25) years of age or older.
Mark Kepler writes a weekly agricultural newspaper article for the local paper. Below is this weeks column about wild onion or garlic that is cropping up in lawns and flower beds this spring. At the end of the article are links to previous articles about various subjects of local interest.
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The Fulton County 4-H Horse & Pony Club continues to grow each year. Presently, the club has over 70 members. During the Fulton County Fair, the center is home to many kids and their equine friends. Extra curricular activites, such as judging, horse bowl, groom & clean and many others are offered to those members interested. The Fulton County 4-H Equestrian Center is one of the biggest 4-H Horse & Pony facilities in Indiana
Health and Human Sciences Educator, Megihann Leininger writes about a range of topics of interest. In this letter she features information about the Fulton County Homemakers Association, and their upcoming events; Fall Recipe Ideas, and a list of the Open Class Winners for 2013.
This is a newletter written by Mark Kepler, CED Ag/NR, to inform the Fulton County, IN area agricultural community about upcoming programs and events that may benefit their farms economic operations. The newsletter typically contains Field Crop News, Pesticide Information and PARP Recertification, Farm Educational Workshops and Programs including Livestock health and Crop production news.
Indiana Extension Homemakers Association The association founded in 1913, continues to build on its rich heritage by working to strengthen Indiana homes and families. Membership is open to all regardless of race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, handicap, or national origin. It is the mission of the Indiana Extension Homemakers Association to strengthen families through continuing education, leadership development and volunteer community support. Fulton County Clubs are listed in the Content

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