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2018 Iowa State Fair-August 9th-19th!!! 

2018 Keokuk County Expo Fair Book

Current 4-H Newsletter: April and May 2018

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Words on Wellness: April 2018

Human Science Newsletter: April 2018

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County News

Kids Canoeing
April 9, 2018

Attention all 4th, 5th, and 6th 4-H members! The regional junior camp is just around the corner!  Read this article for more information and the registration form. We wouldn't want anyone to miss out on the fun! 

May 15
April 9, 2018

All members must have their livestock identification completed no later than May 15th to be eligible to show at the county fair.

Family Reading
April 4, 2018

Books! Home activity packets! Food, prizes, and fun! All this and more is a part of the Family Storyteller Program coming to the Sigourney Public Library starting May 7th!

John Lawrence
March 27, 2018

Lawrence, who has been serving as interim vice president since March 2017, previously served as associate dean in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, and director of extension and outreach. He will begin serving in the permanent role immediately.

March 23, 2018

Keokuk County Extension and Outreach is partnering with the Keokuk County Health Center to offer two babysitting classes this spring! The first session will be held on April 2nd and the second class is offered on May 30th. 

Featured "At Work for Iowa" article

20,000 Meals from the Heartland

Nothing brings people together quite like working shoulder to shoulder in hairnets and packaging 20,000 meals in an hour. During a Meals from the Heartland service project, ISU Extension and Outreach was networking with a purpose to fight hunger.

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