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Exciting Updates in the Morgan County 4-H Program

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We are excited to have Alisa Hardman, join our team as our new 4-H Assistant. Alisa has spent the last twenty-three years as a stay-at-home-mom to three boys. With the boys almost grown and out of the house she is excited to enter the work force again and to start a new chapter in her life. She brings with her a wealth of knowledge in time management, organization, and child development.  Alisa received an Associate of Applied Science in Business Management from Utah Valley University. She has also spent many years involved in the 4-H program. Her sons have all participated in the 4-H Livestock Program and, in addition, Alisa and her husband, Rex, served on the Morgan Junior Livestock Committee as hog superintendents for over seven years. In 2016, Alisa, rejoined the Morgan Junior Livestock Committee after taking a brief break, as the secretary for the committee. She has an extensive background in scouting where she received many hours of training with the Boy Scouts of America. During this course of time, she received her Wood Badge beads. In her spare time, she likes to read, cook, garden, and travel, especially with her husband of 28 years. Alisa will help to plan, organize, and facilitate our afterschool programs and our summer camps. She is very excited for this new adventure in her life and has already dived into this new job eager to get going. Alisa is a wonderful addition to our team and we are excited to see what new ideas she will bring to our 4-H Program here in Morgan County. In addition, registration for the Spring Afterschool Series is now available on 4-H Online at: https://ut.4honline.com. There is limited space in each program. Registration and payment must be received by January 16, 2018 to secure a seat. Don’t wait! These programs fill up fast! To learn more about our afterschool programs this spring please contact the Morgan County Extension Office at 801-829-3472. Also check us out on Facebook: USU Extension-Morgan County 4-H and on our webpage: extension.usu.edu/morgan.

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