News

  1. Cooking With Kate September Series Scheduled

    Aug. 08, 2017

    Details and Registration

  2. July/August Newsletter, Holmes County 4-H

    Jun. 06, 2017

    The July/August edition of the Holmes County 4-H newsletter is now available!

  3. 2017 Fair Books Available

    May. 25, 2017

    Get your 2017 Fair book! Now available at the OSU Extension office.

  4. Kids in the Kitchen 2017!

    May. 17, 2017

    This fun summer program is designed to teach kitchen safety, cooking skills, recipe reading, and more. Open to children ages 8-12. $20/per child. Registration is required and space is limited to the first 15 registrations received per session. See flyer for further details and registration form.

    All Classes are now full. Call or email your contact information if you'd like a spot on the advanced waitlist for 2018!
  5. Freezing Fruits & Vegetables: 2017 Holmes Food Preservation Series

    May. 05, 2017

    The first of three Home Food Preservation events scheduled for 2017. Free and open to the public! For beginners and experienced levels. Registrion form and details

  6. Poultry Clinic

    May. 03, 2017

    Attention youth taking a poultry project! Mark your calendars for the Holmes County Poultry Clinic. Saturday, May 6th, 10 a.m. @ Harvest Ridge.

  7. 2017 Cloverbud Day Camp: Everyone's A Scientist!

    Apr. 06, 2017

    Saturday, May 6th 9a.m. to 3p.m., at Harvest Ridge. Open to all Holmes County Youth in kindergarten through second grade. $25 per registrant. Details and registration form.

  8. ServSafe Level 2 Food Safety Training

    Apr. 06, 2017

    Online or in person training options offered!

    Online - Send your registration information, choice exam date and payment to the Extension Office. Once received, we'll enroll you in the TAP online training program. For more information.

  9. Holmes County 4-H March Newsletter

    Mar. 29, 2017

    March 2017 Holmes County 4-H Newsletter

  10. Seeking New 4-H Volunteers for 2017

    Jan. 19, 2017

    The Holmes County Extension office is now seeking 4-H volunteers for the 2017 4-H year. Volunteers can serve in a variety of positions including Organizational Club Leader, Project Leader, Resource Leader, Cloverbud Leader, or Species Volunteer in one of Holmes County's 29 4-H clubs of 8 animal species committees. Full positions descriptions and contact information for each club and committee is available at the extension office.

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