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Steps to enroll in 4-H for new 4-H members and volunteers

Steps to re-enroll for current 4-H members and volunteers

September 28 Newsletter

Greetings from Brad Schick!

I am Brad Schick, the new Beef Systems Extension Educator based in Nance County. The region I cover is a seven county accountability region including Boone, Nance, Merrick, Hamilton, Platte, Polk, and York Counties.

Steve Melvin, Irrigated Cropping Systems Extension Educator

Nebraska Extension has Many Resources to Help Deal with Flooding

Nebraska Extension has many online and printed resources to help you deal with flood damage on the Nebraska Extension disaster web site (https://disaster.unl.edu/). You are also welcome to call the Merrick County Extension Office at 308-946-3843.

Your health and well-being matter

Merrick County Youth & Agriculture Education Center 

Policies

Rental Rates

Reservation System 

Calendar

Family Membership (please return to the Merrick County Extension Office)

If you need assistance, there is internet and a computer available at the Extension Office located in the new building.  Or call 308-946-3843.

Merrick County: Breaking New Ground Campaign

Our goal is to raise $2,312,500

Contractor: Rathmann-Manning Corporation of Chapman, Ne
Architect: Joseph R. Hewgley & Associates, Inc., North Platte, Ne



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