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27 Jul

The (Morgantown) Dominion Post: ... Mountaineer Summer Drawing Academy, a partnership between the WVU Extension Service 4-H Youth Development Program and the university’s School of Art and Design.

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27 Jul

The (Morgantown) Dominion Post: With only one week left, WVU Extension’s Energy Express program held an open house and carnival for students and parents July 26, at Mylan Park Elementary.

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27 Jul

The Preston County News & Journal: Terra Alta native, Tom McConnell, of the Small Farms division of the WVU Extension Services Agency, presented checks to FFA members who won the West Virginia Business Plan Contest.

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27 Jul

The Preston County News & Journal: ... the program was brought to the community through a collaboration among Preston County Schools, WVU Extension Service and After School Explorers.

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27 Jul

Jackson Newspapers: Market Livestock Sale Chairman Ed B. Smolder and WVU Jackson County Extension Agent John David Johnson expect some 445 4-H and FFA livestock projects to be part of the 2016 sale …

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27 Jul

The Montgomery Herald: Energy Express, which runs through Aug. 5, is sponsored by the Fayette County WVU Extension Service.

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27 Jul

Charleston Gazette-Mail: Those attending the open house will learn about Energy Express and how it to provides learning opportunities and nutrition during the summer months, when children are most at risk for falling into the “summer slide” ...

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27 Jul

The (Pineville) Independent Herald: WVU Extension, the University’s lead outreach agency, is seeking donations for its relief efforts as it continue providing assistance to residents in those areas impacted by the flooding.

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27 Jul

The Huntington Herald-Dispatch: Several Wayne County 4-H members recently spent six days in Washington, D.C., participating in Citizenship Washington Focus, a citizenship and leadership 4-H event for youth ages 14-19.: Several Wayne County 4-H members recently spent six days in Washington, D.C., participating in Citizenship Washington Focus, a citizenship and leadership 4-H event for youth ages 14-19.

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27 Jul

The Preston County News & Journal: ... the program was brought to the community through a collaboration with Preston County Schools, WVU Extension Service and After School Explorers.

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