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Every Kid Healthy Week: Mindful Monday

Celebrate with us #EveryKidHealthyWeek Over this week will be sharing tips and ideas to reinforce and model healthy habits at home and how to get the whole school community involved and excited. For more info visit: https://www.actionforhealthykids.org/every-kid-healthy…/

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Nutrition Nibbles from FoodWIse

Do you have frozen meatballs in your freezer? There are plenty of ways that frozen meatballs can be used other than to top your spaghetti. Meatballs can be diced or broken into smaller pieces to be the main source of protein in your favorite casserole or soup. Try cooking them in a crockpot with your […]

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Master Gardener Volunteer Week, April 5-9, 2021

The Wisconsin Master Gardener Program will be celebrating Master Gardener Volunteer Week April 5-9, 2021.  Master Gardener Volunteers are an important part of University of Wisconsin-Madison Extension Oneida County. Volunteers make a positive difference in Oneida County.  Master Gardeners maintain a number of community gardens, develop school gardens, and contribute their expertise this spring when […]

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Seed Starting Kits for Youth Available

Seed Starting Kits AVAILABLE at the Minocqua Public Library starting April 19! You do not need to be a 4-H member to receive a kit. These kits are for Oneida County youth in grades K-13. Kits include seeds, soil, containers, plant markers, instructions, and gardening resources. KITS WILL NOW BE AVAILABLE AT THE MINOCQUA PUBLIC […]

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Mars Base Camp Activity Boxes are Here!

The race to land humans on Mars is on for youth in Oneida County! Kids ages 8-14 can have the opportunity to learn skills like mechanical engineering, physics, computer science, and agriculture. Each box can be enjoyed with or without internet access and individually or all together as a family, while also allowing kids to […]

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Gardening Programs for Youth Begin in March!

Youth in grades 3-8 will have the opportunity to participate in Community Roots, a monthly garden series aimed at helping youth learn, lead, and create through gardening. The program series will take place virtually or outside at the Northwoods Community Garden in Rhinelander.

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New 4-H Club Leader Training – Register by March 19

Having a positive 4-H club experience starts with caring adults and youth who can help encourage and guide youth through 4-H. This training is meant to help anyone interested in becoming a 4-H club volunteer leader, assisting 4-H club volunteer leader, or serving as a youth officer of a 4-H club.

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