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January 20, 2020

Palo Alto County Extension & Outreach will again be sponsoring a Babysitting Clinic for all youth ages 10 and up.  The program will be held on Saturday, Feb. 15th from 9:00AM-4:00PM at the VFW in Emmetsburg.  Cost to participate is $25 to cover materials, lunch, and snacks.  Sessions will include Basic First Aid/CPR, Babysitting Responsibilities, Basic Care, and Safe Play.  Session will include hands-on activities and take home materials.  Pre-registration is required and is due Feb. 7th.  This will be the only one offered in 2020.

December 11, 2019

All 4-Hers in northwest Iowa are invited to the 2020 Northwest Iowa Beef Bonanza on Saturday, Feb. 1st, from 9:45AM-3:00PM @ ILCC.  Cost is $5 per participant.  ALL 4-H/FFA members and accompanying adults are welcome to participate for the $5 fee.  Deadline to register is Thursday, January 23rd.  Sessions will include It's Not Just a Shot in the Dark with Dr. Dan Berkland & Stacey Geerdes; Beef Skill-A-Thon - Test Your Knowledge with Amy Powell; Is it Really Meat?; and The Two T's - How to Tag & Tattoo with Beth Doran and Sidney Riemschneider.  Participants can register on a paper form or online at: https://iastate.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5oRMtJqvwpHAeDX.

March 27, 2019

The 2019 Palo Alto County Fair Book is now on the web.  This is a must see if you plan to bring exhibits to the Palo Alto County Fair.  The fair book includes rules, fair classes and descriptions, premiums, etc.  Please read before you exhibit!  See link below to access the book.

February 15, 2019

Palo Alto County Extension has exciting news!!!  We now have an app available for you to download on your phone. The app contains information on current programing that is being offered. It also contains links to Ag Decision Maker, 4HOnline, YQCA, Palo Alto County Fair, and Spend Smart, Eat Smart.  Go to your app store and search Palo Alto County Extension and download the app today!!!

December 14, 2018

4-H 202 Iowa Livestock Show Requirements has been updated for 2019.  Please use this version to answer any livestock eligibility questions.

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