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Crawford County Master Gardener Associate Program

Do you love to garden?
Do you want to meet people who love to garden, too?
Do you want access to information and answers to questions you have about gardening?
Would you like to join in on field trips, attend garden expos and enjoy fun and informative presentations?
Would you like to help out in your community?

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Is Your Child Ready for Self-Care? FREE Video Program Available!

Like many parents, you might be trying to decide if it is safe to leave your school-age child home alone during the school break or unsupervised while you go out. The program provides tips for structuring the children’s time alone so they have plenty of activities to keep them busy and out of trouble.

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PALS 4 Good-Camper Application

PALS 4 Good is a character education program filled with team building activities, science experiments, community service projects and a field trip. The theme this year is “It’s A Jungle Out There!”  Campers can choose from 3 locations: Seneca – June 12-16 Wauzeka – July 10-14 Prairie du Chien – July 24-28 Each camp runs […]

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Food, Cake and Clothing Revue

The Food, Cake and Clothing Revues will take place on July 25 at Century Hall in Wauzeka. Registrations are due to the UW-Extension Office by July 14th. 2017 Foods and Cake Revue Registration 2017 Clothing Revue Registration

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PALS 4 Good-Counselor Application

Older youth day camp counselors are needed for the PALS summer camps. PALS summer camps are held in Seneca (June 12-16), Wauzeka (July 10-14), and Prairie du Chien (July 24-28). Counselors are expected to attend each day of camp from Noon-4:00 p.m. Counselors might need to arrive early to help prepare or learn about the […]

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Tractor Safety

The Tractor Safety course will be offered in conjunction with Vernon County at the Vernon County Fairgrouds, June 19-21, 2017. The cost for the course is $40.00 and limited to 40 people. The Crawford County Farm Safety Council will reimburse members $20.00 of the fee to anyone that participates. Also, Kally Bockenhauer, Seneca FFA Advisor […]

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