Friday, November 18, 2011

Purdue Extension..Providing 1200 hours of education!

We highlighted Purdue Extension in Warrick County at our 2011 Annual meeting. During the meeting we celebrated a year of great 4-H, Agricultural and Natural resources, and Health and Human Services programming. During 2011 Purdue Extension in Warrick County provided 1200 hours of education to the citizens of Warrick County.

Jim Mintert, Associate Director for Purdue Extension, did a great job speaking about Purdue Extension Making a Difference.

We also played Fruit and Veggie UNO to highlight the Eat Your Way to Better Health program started in Warrick County this year.

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Thursday, November 17, 2011

Being Active

Make us a part of your New Year resolution! Join us for a seven week "Being Active" program held every Thursday evening starting January 5, 2012. Classes will be held in the Alcoa Building and the Warrick County 4-H Center from 5 - 6p.m. Along with the lessons we will offer a walking work out session. Contact the Warrick County Purdue Extension Office at 897-6100 to register or e-mail