Avera St. Anthony’s Hospital would like to thank all of the community partners who helped with this project. The video was developed as part of Avera St. Anthony’s Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) and our strategic plan goals to address mental wellness in O’Neill and surrounding communities.
Nebraska Extension in Holt & Boyd Counties
Take the Guess Work Out of Cow/Calf ManagementAn updated online course is designed to benefit cattlemen currently in the beef business or those just getting started.
Nebraska Extension is Aiming for Healthier YouthNebraska Extension is combating childhood obesity across the state by implementing programs to improve healthy eating and physical activity patterns in youth.
4-H to celebrate Nebraska's 150th with Clover ChaseNebraska 4-H youth in all 93 counties will have the opportunity to join in the Nebraska 150 Celebration by participating in an interactive scavenger hunt.
Nebraska Extension is Setting a Foundation for the Next GenerationThe Learning Child program provides necessary training for parents and other caring adults so they can provide the best learning for their children.
We are so excited to offer the Fit and Healthy Kids Free web class series for childcare providers. This year we have an amazing line up for you. Please click or copy paste the link below into your web browser to sign up for the classes. You may choose the sessions that best fit your interest and watch them live or recorded. The recorded sessions may be watched up to one week past the live date to receive your certificate. (Childcare provider hours are accepted in Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota)
Come join us in the comfort of your home this winter!!!
“Fit and Healthy Kids Series”
University of Nebraska Extension launches its first ever early childhood two-day online conference for parents, early childhood providers and professionals. The Building Bridges for The Learning Child (TLC) Online Conference takes place September 29th-September 30th, 2017. A Nebraska Extension Family Living Grant was awarded to help fund the conference. Registration is $25.00 but free to the first 200 registrants.