Monthly Archives: December 2014

Northeast District 4-H Alumnus Featured on National News

Chandler, Gilchrist County 4-H alumnus, has been recently featured on national news due to his work with 4-H and Students Working Against Tobacco.  Both programs have had a significant and successful partnership with each other which have led to some … Continue reading

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Project Training Resources and Lessons for Volunteers

4-H Express Guides and Training Topics were devised to train military staff on how to introduce a variety of projects to 4-H youth and their families.  While produced through the 4-H Military partnership, the lessons found at this site are … Continue reading

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Can We Meet?

There is nothing more I love than meetings!  In fact, I’m going to go right out there and admit this officially- my New Year’s resolution for 2015 will be TO ATTEND MORE MEETINGS!  That’s right!  Why would I need time … Continue reading

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Generations in the Workplace

In today’s TED Talk discussion group, Debbie shared with us: “Ted Radio Hour:  The Next Greatest Generation” While this podcast focused predominantly on the millennial generation, we are currently in a time in which we may be working with … Continue reading

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Developing Online Flyers through Smore

Smore assists the user in creating online educational and promotional flyers.  How is this different from any publishing program you might use?  Smore makes it very simple to share the flyer through social media and other online networks.  Additionally, … Continue reading

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