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2021 Knox County Posts

December

Knox County Newsletter November/December 2021

Purdue Extension Knox County 2021 Newsletter, featuring news in all of our program areas. Learn our latest updates from our extension educators.

Beating the Winter Blues

What are the winter blues and how can you combat it.

November

Holiday Diabetes

Tips for managing diabetes during the holiday season. You can stay on track!

September

September - October Knox County Extension Newsletter

Read what Purdue Extension Knox County has been up to!

ServSafe Class - Oct 4, 2021

Upcoming ServSafe Manager Certification training and examination will be hosted on October 4, 2021 at the Daviess County 4-H Fairgrounds in...

July

Knox County 4-H Auction

The Knox County Livestock Auction will take place on Friday, July 25 at 5:30 pm in the Livestock Show Arena on the Knox County Fairgrounds.

Youth Recipe Challenge Contest

Individuals in K-6th grade Individuals in 7th-12th grade Family teams (may encompass any age range k-12 from the same family)

Newsletters

For information on upcoming programs for 4-H, Health and Human Sciences, and Ag and Natural Resources visit our newsletters below.

Mental Health First Aid

Mental Health First Aid - virtual and in-person workshops; updated 10-13-21

2020-2021 4-H Club Meeting Dates / Calendar

It is that time of year. Clubs are starting to have meetings. Some clubs have already set dates and while others have not.

2020-2021 Knox County 4-H Handbook

If you have any questions about rules or regulation for Knox County 4-H Projects please check the 4-H Handbook. The link to the handbook is under...

2021 Add a row-food donation program

In Knox County, according to Feeding America our food insecurity rate is 15%, that mean over 5600 people in our county lack access to food. That is...

January

Getting Through The Day - webinar series recordings & handouts

Feeling tired? Stressed out? Feeling some disorder in your household? Join us for this series on how to feel better and make every day a little...

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