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WOMEN MANAGING AG LAND CONFERENCE, NOW VIRTUAL, IS DEC. 2

 LINCOLN – Nebraska Extension has announced that the upcoming Women Managing Ag Land Conference will now be a be completely virtual experience. Originally scheduled to also be held at three in-person locations across the state, the event is still set for Dec. 2, from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Mountain Time. 

The second annual conference will offer learning opportunities for female farmland owners and tenants looking to improve their business management skills and navigate the challenges of owning and renting agricultural land.

Experiment with common over the counter mixes and add new ingredients and a new baking option to create a wonderful product to enter at the Fair under Cooking 201 - E410002

Here are some recipes the recipe book "Favorite Brand Name - Cake Mix Magic in Minutes" to get you started.

Butterscotch Banana Cake

Chocolate Almond Biscotti

Chocolate Caramel Brownies

Learn and practice basic sewing skills by making a 3-stripe pillow, pillowcase and 4-H fabric basket. Check out the Sewing Workshop Flyer and call to reserve your space.  Open to all youth 8 and older.  

Deuel County Fair Book  - Find the Fair Schedule, Exhibits and more in the 2020 Fairbook



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