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April 14, 2015

4-H Junior Camp will take plact at Camp Shalom in Maquoketa June 12 7 14. 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.

March 18, 2015
DeWitt Farmers Market will start the first week in May.
Based on the most popular responses from this survey the day and time will be selected and will be advertised in the DeWitt Observer. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/RHXGRRD
March 17, 2015

Join other 4-H’ers in grades 7-9 from Cedar, Clinton, Dubuque, Delaware, Jackson, and Muscatine counties for some fun at the Wapsi River Environmental Education Center in Dixon, Iowa. 

  • When?             May 1-2, Arrive at 6 PM Friday and Depart at 4 PM Saturday
  • Where?           Wapsi River Environmental Education Center in Dixon, Iowa
  • Cost?                $50 ~~ Includes all meals and snacks, overnight stay, fishing, hiking, star gazing, cooking, team-building activities and much more!

You must complete the registration form, Intermediate Camp Registration form Click HERE, and return to the Clinton County Extension Office by April 17.

February 3, 2015

Eastern Iowa 4- H Project Workshop on April 25, 2015 from 9am- 2:30pm at North Scott High School.

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