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ATV SAFETY PROGRAM…They seem to be in the news almost weekly, a child or teenager has been killed or severely injured in an all terrain vehicle accident.  Some people in Muhlenberg County said enough and were awarded a grant from the National 4H Organization to have a two-day ATV safety program at the West Ky 4H Camp.


QUILT SQUARES…Barns along the rural countryside have been used to advertise everything from chewing tobacco to soft drinks, but that is changing.  The Elliott County Cooperative Extension Service along with agent Gwenda Adkins and some volunteers are sprucing up those barns.  They are putting painted quilt squares on the barns as a way to celebrate the region’s rich heritage and culture and create tourism.


OLD MULKEY MARATHON…Car washes and bake sales are fund raisers for some civic organizations, but in Monroe County 4Hers are doing something completely different.  Each fall they hold a distance race for runners and walkers called the Old Mulkey Classic, a 26 mile marathon that has attracted the interest of runners from all over the United States.


UK CENTER FOR LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT…Assistant Director Grace Gorrell says the Center for Leadership Development is “still under construction” but it is still helping to develop leaders in Kentucky.  That is evident in the upcoming program, Unbridling the Spirit of Leadership in Kentucky Communities, December 2 at Lexington Center, with Dr. John Maxwell, one of the nation’s foremost experts on leadership and teamwork.


TAILGATING WITH CHEF DAVID JAMES…Even though it’s getting near the end of the tailgating season for football, it’s never too late to learn some new recipes for the next time you entertain guests.  That was the idea behind a special evening at the Madison County Extension office with Chef David James.

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