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Community Book and Block Party in Burlington

Parents and children are invited to attend a “Community Book and Block Party”. The event will be held on Wednesday, May 4 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the Burlington Public Library (166 E. Jefferson Street).  Come and play with the blocks, learn how books and blocks can be used to foster early learning skills […]

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Spring 2016 UW-Extension Community Newsletter

Racine County UW-Extension’s Community Newsletter appears in the Racine Journal Times on a quarterly basis. Spring 2016 Community Newsletter Topics: Master Gardener Volunteer – Plant Health Advisors Gardening Workshops Farm Financial Management workshops for women Child Support and Family Court FAQ workshop 4-H Woodworking Project Serves Area Children

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Annie’s Project Financial Management Workshop Series

2016 Annie’s Project Brochure Monday, April 18 and Tuesday, April 26, 2016 12:30-4:00 p.m. Gateway Technical College 496 McCanna Pkwy, Burlington, WI 53105 Full series: $40/person; One day: $25 per person Register online! What is Annie’s Project? Annie’s Project is an opportunity for farm women to learn about farm management skills and strategies in comfortable […]

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Youth Tractor Safety Certification – June 20-24 & 27, 2016

Offered by Kenosha, Racine and Walworth Counties UW Extension This 24-hour program meets the requirements of Wisconsin Act 455, which requires youth under the age of 16 to hold a certificate of training in order to operate a tractor or self-propelled implement of husbandry on a public road. It also meets the child labor requirements […]

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Child Support and Family Court FAQ session on May 4, 2016

Professionals and volunteers often hear from families that Child Support and Family Court are confusing and frustrating. As a result, the Greater Racine Collaborative for Healthy Birth Outcomes and the Racine County Touchpoints Project/UW-Extension convened a panel on child support in Racine County to help dispel some of the common misperceptions. A Child Support and Family […]

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Apply by March 21st for Summer Intern Positions (4-H and Family Living)

Racine County UW-Extension is accepting applications for two summer intern positions. Applications are due by March 21, 2016 for both positions; and applicants must be college students enrolled in an accredited post-secondary institution for the summer or fall of 2016. Family Living Summer Internship – The intern will work on a variety of projects including […]

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Register for Strengthening Families Program

Strengthening Families Program to be held at Starbuck Middle School Parents and youth, ages 10 to 14 years old, are invited to participate in the Strengthening Families 10-14 workshop series that will begin on February 16, 2016. Strengthening Families is a family-focused program for youth ages 10 to 14 years old and their parents. Parents […]

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Youth In Governance Nominations Accepted through Feb 12

The Racine County Board of Supervisors created the Racine County Youth In Governance program which allows youth to serve on County Board committees alongside County Board Supervisors. UW-Extension partners with the Racine County Board to administer this program.  Youth who are selected to serve will gain instrumental leadership skills and knowledge from having the opportunity to […]

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Racine County Networking Breakfast Report Available

Each fall, Racine County UW-Extension along with the United Way of Racine County and Family Preservation West co-host the annual Racine County Networking Breakfasts. The purpose of the Networking Breakfasts is to increase the knowledge of community resources and to improve communication among child, youth and family serving organizations in Racine County. Two breakfasts were […]

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