Amy Brainard, County Youth Coordinator at What’s Up Wednesdays 5.29.2019

Iowa State University Extension

The Mahaska County Extension office will be hosting Amy Brainard, County Youth Coordinator at “What’s Up Wednesdays – Lunch and Learn” Wednesday May 29; 11:45 am – 1:15 pm. At What’s Up Wednesday, ISUEO specialists and county staff will be available for informal conversations each Wednesday March – May. Bring your own lunch, have your questions answered, and join the conversation!

Amy has worked for Mahaska County Extension since April of 2004 and has been the County Youth Coordinator since September of 2005. In addition to coordinating the twelve 4-H clubs in Mahaska County, she provides educational opportunities for youth in kindergarten-12th grade through in-school visits, day camps, after school programs, special interest 4-H clubs, and workshops. Nearly 450 youth and children currently participate in 4-H clubs and Clover Kids groups in Mahaska County. Stop in and visit with Amy to learn more about 4-H or if you have any questions about 4-H exhibiting at the Southern Iowa Fair!

Attendees would not need to attend the entire hour and half session. What’s up Wednesday is open to the public, and there is no cost to attend, and registration is not be required; but appreciated. Only registered attendees will be directly notified in the case of cancellations. To register please phone 641-673-5841 or email striegel@iastate.edu.

Complete schedule of upcoming specialists is available at the ISU Extension and Outreach – Mahaska County office, extension.iastate.edu/Mahaska or Facebook page: Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Mahaska County.

More information about this and other events can be found at the ISU Extension and Outreach -Mahaska County Office; 212 North I Street; Oskaloosa Phone 641-673-5841; website www.extension.iastate.edu/mahaska or email striegel@iastate.edu.

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