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100% proceeds benefit the Huron County 4-H FCS Board. These decals are $5.00 each, waterproof and apply to outside of windows. Decals are 3 1/4" x 4 1/2". The clover is 4-H green and the words are black on a white background. Choose from either Huron County Member or Huron County Supporter. Available in the Extension Office during office hours.
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All 4-H clubs are audited at least every four years. The audit looks at the secretary's and treasurer's books to confirm that the club is following proper procedures. The following club are scheduled for audits this year: Bronc Busters, Desperadoes, Greenwich Country Cornhuskers, Hartland Haybusters, Hartland Merry Mixers, Huron County Harvesters, Huron County Junior Dairy Club, Krafty Kids, New London County Line Kids, Odds & Ends, Richmond Mother's Helpers, The Lone Rangers, Townsend Top Notchers, Trailblazers and Tri-Community Bits & Pieces. Secretary and Treasurer books MUST be turned in by November 17.
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The 2014 Royal Court was chosen on Tuesday evening of fair.
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New 2014 Huron County Plat Books have arrived at our office! They are available during regular office hours. Cost is $18.00 including the sales tax.
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Cooperative Extension celebrates 100 years
The Huron County Board of Commissioners recently passed a proclamation recognizing the 100th anniversary of the Smith-Lever Act which established Cooperative Extension, the nationwide transformational education system operating through land-grant universities in partnership with federal, state and local governments. Cooperative Extension, active in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and six U.S. territories, conducts research-based education for farmers and ranchers, and translates it to practical applications through learning networks. In 1924, the clover emblem was adopted to represent 4-H, Cooperative Extension's nationwide youth development program that has reached millions of youth and helped prepare them for responsible adulthood.
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