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Hancock County Summer Intern

The WVU Hancock County Extension Office is accepting applications for two summer interns to serve during the period of May 15 - August 15, 2019. This summer position is headquartered in New Cumberland, WV, and works as a member of the WVU Hancock County Extension Office within the WVU Extension Service as an employee of the Hancock County Commission. Under general supervision of the supervising Extension Agent, this position assists with programs in the areas of 4-H and youth development. Individuals must work 4-H Camp during the summer, which includes overnight stays.

Any questions regarding this ad can be directed to Carole Scheerbaum at 304-564-3805.

Please mail your resume and references by April 15, 2019 to:
WVU Extension Office
Attn: Carole Scheerbaum
PO Box 457
New Cumberland, WV 26047

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Hancock County Celebrates National 4-H Week

During 4-H Week, remind youth and alumni of 4-H programs, and why this program is so important!

Learn about National 4-H Week

National 4-H Week 2018

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Announcing Inaugural Hancock County Garden Contest

Are you a home gardener? Lett-uce see your work by entering the first annual Hancock County Home Gardening Contest!

Here’s how to enter the Hancock County Garden Contest:

A. Call us at 304-564-3805 for a registration form. There are two categories (vegetables and flowers) for you to choose from - enter either or both!

B. By August 15, 2018, you can:
Take some digital photos of your garden and email them to Elizabeth.Bailey@mail.wvu.edu or:

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