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Gene Mays

Gene Mays

The thing that impressed me was that the kids said they had a better understanding of what their parents go through. If you want your kids to have the opportunity to walk through your shoes, get them to Real Money, Real World

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Joyce Hughes

Joyce Hughes

It think what OSU Extension has brought to my neighbors, and to my neighborhood, is hope - something that people didn't have before.

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Lindsay Binegar

Lindsay Binegar

I think 4-H is important even if you don't live on a farm. Whatever project you take-photography, foods, clothing, art-being able to show off what you completed gives you a big sense of accomplishment. It's very important that 4-H sticks around and continues to grow.

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Dan Crouse

Dan Crouse

What I've learned in this process is that marketing is everything. Business Retention & Expansion has helped debunk a lot of downtown perceptions that have stifled economic growth.

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Dan Crouse

“What I've learned in this process is that marketing is everything. Business Retention & Expansion has helped debunk a lot of downtown perceptions that have stifled economic growth.”

Dan Crouse
Warren, Ohio

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Pumpkin Field Night Oct. 9 Focuses on Crop Management
PIKETON, Ohio -- As consumers head to the pumpkin patch and reach for their pumpkin spice lattes, growers can learn how to meet growing demand for this popular crop at a pumpkin production workshop Oct. 9.
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