Mountain Statesman: “I pledge my head to clearer thought. That in this life I face, I’ll make my home, my country and my world a better place.
4-H Extension Agent Jennifer Murray took this staff writer on a tour of the facility and grounds located on Camp Towels Road, where 72 campers from the ages of eight to 18 attended.
Mountain Statesman: “All aboard.” The Energy Express summer reading and nutrition program provided through the West Virginia University Extension Service, is full steam ahead at Flemington Elementary this summer.
The six-week program consists of reading writing, drama, art, non-competitive recreation and includes two free meals a day.
(Jackson Newspapers) – Connecting the people of West Virginia to the University’s resources and programs is the primary goal of the West Virginia University Extension Service and it’s 55 offices throughout the state.
Locally, WVU extension agents work to help improve the lifestyles and well-being of youth, work forces, communities, forums and business through trusted research.
WVU Extension joins the nation in celebrating 100 years of service to the people and communities of West Virginia.
(DA Online) – The West Virginia University Extension Service and the West Virginia Association of Counties are offering the Summer Steps program to motivate West Virginia residents to incorporate walking into their daily routines.
The Summer Steps walking program is a competition between all of the state’s 55 counties, and at the end of the program the county with the most steps logged will be named “WVU Extension Service’s LiveWell Community.”
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