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Ad deadline Monday at noon

9/18/2017

Fayette County Farm Bureau would like to remind members the deadline for submitting ads for the exchange column in the Spokesman is noon on Mondays. Material received by this deadline will be published in the following week’s edition of the Spokesman.

Join a sewing club

9/18/2017

Fayette County youth in kindergarten through 12th grade who are interested in learning about sewing and joining a 4-H Sewing Club are invited to attend an organizational meeting Tuesday, Sept. 19, at 5 p.m. at One Block Over Quilt Shop, 322 E Main St, West Union.

2018 IFBF Scholarship application available

9/18/2017

The 2018 Iowa Farm Bureau Federation (IFBF) scholarship application is now available. The IFBF will award 54 scholarships of $1,000 each awards to students pursuing the completion of a two- or four-year undergraduate degree. Graduate students are not eligible for these scholarships.

No October board meeting

9/18/2017

Because of fall harvest, Fayette County Farm Bureau will not hold a board meeting in October. The next meeting will be in November.

Online continuing education available for early childhood professionals

9/18/2017

The quality of care that children receive between birth and age five sets the stage for the rest of their lives. With that in mind, Iowa State University Extension and Outreach offers professional development for child care providers.

Array of topics at Yellow River State Forestry Field

9/18/2017

Visit with Iowa DNR forestry professionals and ISU Extension Forestry Specialists at the Yellow River State Forest on Oct. 5. During the first general session, Bats: understanding the decline in populations, why management actions are taken and how this impacts work in the woods. Later in the morning, we will have three concurrent rotating sessions: Tree ID from leaves, seeds and bark; Ask a Forester; forest health and new technology.

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