Last Edition of 2016 Clover Connection Is Ready!

— Written By Stacie Kinlaw
en Español

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The Clover Connection received a long awaited facelift and update to prepare for 2017. We are practicing the new format in this last edition of 2016. This edition features upcoming events, highlights from National 4-H week, 4-Hers helping with disaster relief, and Science Adventures! We are having some technical difficulties with the size of the file and had to do a series of compressions to get it in this present form to upload to website. After careful review page 5 has suffered significantly in the compression. While we are researching ways to make this page look clearer this news article has the chicken project flyer attached for your convenience as this is the section that is unclear on the newsletter.

Should you need more information about these 4-H programs and activities, please contact the Bladen County 4-H agent, Stacie Kinlaw at (910) 862-4591 or stacie_kinlaw@ncsu.edu

november – december screen version

SE interest flyer 2017