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Support the 4-H Fruit Tree Sale

Each year the Madison County 4-H holds a Fruit Tree Sale. Orders, with payment, are due by November 6th to the Madison County Extension Office. Trees will be available for pick up on November 20th for 9am-6pm. All sales are final and the buyer is strongly encouraged to follow guidelines…
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Stay connected with 4-H

Although schools are closed and in-person 4-H events have been postponed, there are still ways to be involved.  Some cool ideas including a community service project, virtual demonstrations, photography contest and more!

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Madison County 4-Hers Triumph at Jr/Sr District Project Achievement

Project Achievement is a public speaking competition where 4-Hers choose a topic of interest and present a 10-12 minute speech on the subject.  They are also required to submit a portfolio which represents all their work over the year in categories such as project work, community service, leadership activities and other 4-H and school organizations they participate in. This competition teaches 4-Hers personal and professional skills such as research, public speaking and helps them learn the process of creating a resume, the release states.

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Madison County Extension is still open

In concurrence with the CDC and guidelines for social distancing to mitigate infection in relation to COVID-19 as well as communications from state and county government, the University of Georgia Madison County Cooperative Extension will be limiting our walk-in clientele.

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Madison County cloverleaf 4-Hers excel at District Project Achievement

Nineteen youth participated in the annual Cloverleaf District Project Achievement, Saturday at the Rock Eagle 4-H center, with many winning a first, second or third-place and honorable mentions.  The Madison County delegation — part of the 456 competitors at the competition — won 5 blue ribbon medallions, four red ribbon medallions, three white ribbon medallions and seven honorable mentions.   

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