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County News

May 4, 2015

The Master Gardeners of Clinton County are providing the public with an opportunity to visit public and private gardens Sunday, June 28th, 12 pm till 4 pm. Tickets are available for purchase for $5 at the Clinton County Extensio Office and at each garden during the walk. Garden List.

April 30, 2015

A variety of perennials, annuals, houseplants, vegetables, and herbs will be available for sale at both locations:

Clinton: Lyons 4 Square Park, Main Ave & Roosevelt St. Saturday 10 am till 5pm, Sunday 10 am till 4 pm.

DeWitt: Clinton County Fairgrounds, 328 East 8th St. Saturday 9 am till 2 pm, Sunday 9 am till 12 noon. In DeWitt, there will also be a garden "treasure" sale: both gently used and new decorative pots and planters, garden art, garden tools, and other unique garden items.

April 14, 2015

4-H Junior Camp will take plact at Camp Shalom in Maquoketa June 12 & 13. Campers will take take part in canoeing and low ropes, swimming, educational activities, and a tour of the Maquoketa Caves. This overnight camping experience includes meals and snacks. Complete the registration form and return to the Extension Office. Financial assistance is available. Camp counselors are needed: Click here for the application.

February 7, 2014

Iowa State University Extension is offering several ServSafe® classes for food service professionals. ServSafe® training will provide knowledge every food service provider must know about food hazards and proper food handling practices in order to keep food safe and protect the establishment against the costly nightmare of a foodborne-illness outbreak. Participants will learn ways of prevention, regulatory requirements, and how to improve food quality.

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