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  1. LEVEL 1 FOOD SAFETY - FOOD HANDLERS TRAINING

    Mar. 19, 2019

    Level 1 Food Handlers Training is a four hour basic food safety training which meets ODH Level 1 person in charge training requirements for food service employees. This training enhances employee understanding of major food safety principles: time and temperature abuse, cross-contamination, and personal hygiene. The program includes a National Restaurant Association Education Foundation handbook, several hands-on activities and a Certificate of Completion. The dates offered for 2019 will be April 24, August 8 and October 17 12:30 – 4:30 pm.  The class fee is $35.

  2. Spring “Live Simply, Live Well: Refresh” Challenge

    Mar. 13, 2019

    The 2019 Spring Live Simply, Live Well:  Refresh your Wellness Challenge - For many, springtime is a perfect time to refresh. This on-line challenge will help you improve your health by encouraging ways to add regular movement, mindfulness techniques and healthy eating into your lifestyle. Participants will learn ways to simplify their schedules and to embrace positivity. Is it time to de-clutter? Watch for strategies and tips for this springtime organization routine. Learn suggestions to help you downsize and simplify your life.

  3. Back to Basics for Everyone: Gardening 101! – Friday, April 5, 2019

    Mar. 11, 2019

    There is nothing better than a homegrown tomato. Well, unless you don't like tomatoes. I think that we can agree that there is something special about locally raised fruits and vegetables. It could be the freshness...the sense of accomplishment...the involvement of family or community.

    Maybe your grandparents gardened. Maybe it was your parents, or a neighbor. Maybe you don't know anyone who has had a garden and grown their own food, but you are interested and want to learn more. 

    Back to Basics, Gardening 101 will offer tips on the where, when and how to get started! 

  4. Fulton County 4-H Camperships Now Available

    Feb. 25, 2019

    “4-H is Always in Season” at Fulton County 4-H Camp Monday, June 10 through Friday, June 14, 2019.  Youth who are enrolled in 4-H in 2019 and need financial assistance to attend this camp, may apply for a scholarship, now called camperships. This year’s camp fee for 4-Hers is $180.  

  5. BASIC MONEY MANAGEMENT

    Jan. 11, 2019

    Positive money management practices and savings strategies can make the difference between a financial crisis and long-term financial security. Ohio State University Extension Family and Consumer Sciences' money management workshops empower participants with the knowledge, skills and tools to create their own financial future.

    Ohio State University Extension Family and Consumer Sciences Fulton County will offer a money management workshop using interactive discussions and hands-on activities. 

  6. ServSafe™ Food Protection Manager Certification

    Dec. 18, 2018

    Ohio State University Extension is pleased to announce that ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification classes will be offered in the Fulton County office again in 2019! As a food service employer, training your managers in safe food handling could be the most cost-effective strategy your business will use.  As a potential worker in the competitive food service field, industry certifications can help you stand out in crowd of applicants. 

  7. Henricks & Krieger Dairy Selected for 2019 Breakfast On The Farm

    Jul. 02, 2018

    The Henricks & Krieger Dairy Farm has been selected as the host farm for the June 2019 Breakfast On The Farm event to be held in Fulton County on June 15, 2019.  Henricks & Krieger Dairy is a 3rd generation, three-family partnership owned by Richard and Sue Henricks, Phillip and Tara Henricks and Shawn and Kim Krieger.