Chris Toney, our administrative assistant, passed away August 11, 2014. Not only did she keep us straight in the office, she also was a 44-year 4-H leader in Putnam County. She was member of the West Virginia 4-H All Stars. Her work with the 4-H program was special to her and she devoted countless hours serving the youth of Putnam County. She will be missed greatly.
Please download the following document for information regarding Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus (PEDV) and how it can affect your project animal.
Select: PEDv Info
Putnam County 4-H Shooting Sports Going to Nationals!
The Putnam County 4-H Shooting Sports team will be competing at the National 4-H Shooting Sports Invitational in Nebraska this June! As a result of this, they will be conducting various fund raisers this spring.
Sponsorships are available, you can download your sponsorship form by selecting :
2014 Shooting Sports Sponsorship Form
Change of Address:
Please take note that due to the Putnam County 911 Address change, the Putnam County Extension Service Office address is: 12093 Winfield Rd., Winfield, WV 25213.
Go to: 4-H Club Information for more information and to find a club near you!
Also, feel free to contact: Beth Baldwin for additional information.
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