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April 16, 2007

Extension Service highlights work

Help for a teen mother, an intergenerational garden, guidance for farmers and a television show on senior nutrition are a few of the outreach programs offered through the Cooperative Extension Service. The Extension Service annually makes a report to the Moore County Board of Commissioners at a luncheon meeting.

Extension Director Craven Hudson tried something new this year. Instead of statistical reports by staff members, the report took the form of what he called "a snapshot of what we do."

Read more from the Southern Pines Pilot.

Posted by Suzanne at April 16, 2007 12:27 PM