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Iowa State University Extension & Outreach: Worth County

Worth County Extension has many programs to offer every group of individuals. We have excellent family programs and resources, wonderful opportunities for youth K-12 to get involved in from 4-H to Clover Kids and more. We have outstanding resources and programs for area farmers and residents. Our office is always a wealth of information for anyone looking for an answer - and if we don't know, we'll find out!
It's always a great time to Join 4-H! If you're interested in becoming a 4-H member or just want more information, please contact the Extension Office at 641-324-1531 or email us at xworth@iastate.edu and we'll be sure you get the help you need!

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County News

March 8, 2016

Why join 4-H? The possibilities are endless!  
Contact our office for information on the many opportunities Worth County 4-H has to offer.


Worth County 4-H Record Book Workshops September 7th and 14th

   The Worth County Extension Office will host two 4-H Record Book Workshops on Wednesday, September 7th and Wednesday September 14th from after school to 6 P.M. Worth County Extension Youth Coordinator, Mindy Tenold will also be offering 4-H record book work sessions by appointment as well. Please phone Mindy at the Worth County Extension Office in Northwood at 641-324-1531 to set up an appointment.
    This year’s record book deadline and due date to the Worth County Extension Office is Friday, September 30th at 4:30 P.M. The 4-H record book workshops will be very informal and 4-Her’s can come and go according to how much time they want to spend at the sessions. To pick up 4-H project record materials, please stop by the Worth County Extension Office at 808 Central Avenue in Northwood.

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