Morgantown, W.Va. – Beginning the week of Jan. 8, the West Virginia University Calhoun County Extension Service office will change its office hours to be open 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays only.
The same programs will still be offered, and Calhoun County residents will still receive the 4-H, CEOs and agriculture-related programs they know and have come to count on.
Because Extension agents and specialists spend a great deal of time in the community providing valuable resources and programming, the new office hours will help meet the needs of residents who wish to meet with Extension staff one on one.
“We are here to serve our community, and that often means we are out of the office visiting with residents in Calhoun County,” said Daisy Bailey, WVU Extension agriculture and natural resources agent, Calhoun and Gilmer counties. “Having set office hours will allow us to connect with those individuals who want to stop by the office for information or to discuss our services. We hope this will be more convenient for residents.”
While office hours will change, Extension staff will still be available to answer questions and address concerns from Calhoun residents via phone or email ( email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org). Individuals also may email WVU Extension Service for assistance with questions or visit WVU Extension’s website to get additional information.
The WVU Extension Service serves as an outreach division of West Virginia University. Extension has offices in all 55 counties, which provide citizens with knowledge in areas such as 4-H and youth development, agriculture, family and consumer sciences, health, leadership development and community and economic development.
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