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Exploring 4-H Workshops

Exploring 4-H Workshops

The Exploring 4-H workshops will resume beginning with October 5, 2013 and will continue on the first Saturday of each month during the remainder of 2013 and into the new year.

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New UW Extension Parenting Website

New UW Extension Parenting Website

Parents of 10-16 year olds. Are you interested in learning more about what makes your tween or teen tick? Would you like the opportunity to interact with other parents who have some of the same challenges and questions as you do? Check out myparenthetical.com, an online site offered by the University of Wisconsin-Madison/Extension for parents […]

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The Power of ACEs

The Power of ACEs

Did you know your childhood experiences affect your health today and tomorrow? The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Study – probably the most important public health study you never heard of – takes a comprehensive look at potential physical health outcomes of adverse childhood experiences on us, as adults. There are 10 types of childhood trauma […]

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Child Abuse Prevention

Child Abuse Prevention

Keep Kids Safe and Families Strong – Become a Blue Ribbon Community Community leadership is critical to preventing child abuse and neglect. You can take an active role promoting child abuse prevention year-round. Since 1989, thousands of people nationwide wear the blue ribbon to create awareness of the need to keep kids safe and families […]

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More Wisconsin kids participating in school breakfast

More Wisconsin kids participating in school breakfast

The number of Wisconsin students eating breakfast at school increased by 14.7 percent over last year according to the School Breakfast Scorecard published by the Food Research and Action Center (FRAC).

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