Join us for a six-hour, CEU-approved training designed for child care providers and directors.
Be sure to check out this month’s edition of the Clover Connection, your source for all that’s happening in Cooke County 4-H.
Step Up and Scale Down is a 12 week program to help you learn to make healthful and realistic choices and also to manage your weight. Participants may choose to participate either onsite or online. Onsite classes will be held on Mondays at 12:15 in the Extension Office. Cost is $10.00 to participate for all 12 weeks.
The 2015 4-H Livestock Show will be held on Saturday, February 14. This show is open to all Cooke County 4-H members. This is a separate show, not to be confused with the Cooke County Youth Fair the last week of February. Entries for the 4-H show are due to the Extension Office by Monday, January 26.
Click on the link below for access to the entry form.
If you are planning to have your 4-H member enter anything in the Family & Consumer Science Division of the 2015 Youth Fair, the entry deadline is Friday, January 16. Here is the link to the entry form that you can fill out.
Developing educational programs based on community needs is the foundation of Texas A&M AgriLife Extension’s success. The ability to meet educational needs depends on knowing what local residents see as their issues that impact their lives. Extension Service will offer a community forum to discuss these needs on January 8. Please see the flyer for more details and how to RSVP.