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GROWING KENTUCKY…It is a historic partnership for the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture and the UK Gaines Center for the Humanities. The two teamed up with Partners for Family Farms to sponsor an unusual symposium to examine future visions for Kentucky Agriculture.

  FINE ARTS EXTENSION AGENT…Kentucky has the distinction as being the first Cooperative Extension Service in the nation to hire an Extension Agent for Fine Arts. Pike County has that honor and special evening of celebration was held to officially kick off the fine arts program.
4H COMMUNITY THEATRE…4Hers are getting experience on stage as actors with two one-act plays about what it takes to survive as a teenager in today’s world. It’s called the Community Theatre for Teens in Floyd County and it is teaching young people about more than just how to put on a play.
PHILLIP MORRIS LEADERSHIP PROGRAM…On our last show, we presented highlights of a study tour to South America from a program designed to develop the leadership skills of young adults involved in agriculture. The program is sponsored by Phillip Morris U.S.A and administered through the University of Kentucky. The group followed that trip with a study tour of agriculture in California and this time we will take a look at agriculture in the Golden State.

EAST KY HEIFER IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM…We revisit a story from a couple of years ago for an update on the East Kentucky Heifer Improvement Program. This is the sixth year for the project and it continues to gain dividends for beef producers who consign spring-born heifers into the year-long program.

  COLOR IS THE KEY...Is a nutrition education program aimed at teaching elementary students in Eastern Kentucky the importance of eating a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables. And we also go to a Northern Kentucky County where people at the other end of the age spectrum are learning how to shed unwanted pounds and stay healthy in WEIGHT – THE REALITY SERIES….an eight week program in Gallatin County to help people take off a few pounds, while combining it with healthy recipes and vigorous exercise. Those involved in the program are having success.
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