(LAGRANGE) – Everything seems to be going well for the LaGrange County Purdue Extension Office.
During Monday’s meeting the LaGrange County Council received an update on what’s been going on with the Extension Office. County Extension Director Brittany Gilger shared that 4-H numbers have been going up. LINKC.
Gilger says the number of volunteers is also increasing.
Gilger also shared she was able to get into the County schools and share with students information about vaping. LINKD.
In addition, Viviana Guzman, the Health and Human Sciences Educator at the Extension and Jeff Burbrink, the Ag and Natural Resources Educator shared with the Council what they have been doing around the County.
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