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Register Now for the March 6 & 8 Rent Smart Workshop!

Rent Smart is a free, tenant training program that focuses on the knowledge and skills essential for a successful renting experience. This program strives to guide and inform participants so they may: Learn new skills to build positive relationships with landlords and neighbors. Gain confidence in their ability to find and maintain affordable housing. Understand […]

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Bring the Strengthening Families: Five Protective Factors to Life in Your Work!

Please join us to explore the Five Protective Factors, a research-based framework that informs, guides, and encourages professionals to identify strategies to strengthen families and infuse those strategies into their everyday practice. This workshop is geared towards professionals who work with children, youth, and families. Mandi Dornfeld is certified by the National Alliance of Children’s […]

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2018 Landscape Professionals Workshop

Join us for this two day workshop, March 22 and 23, and enhance your landscape professional skills and appreciation for sustainable landscape! Workshop is located at: Liberty Hall 800 Eisenhower Drive Kimberly, WI Please Register online: www.landscapeprofessionalsworkshop.com  

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Join us for LEGO Club

Join us for this FREE EVENT sponsored by Winnebago County UW-Extension.  LEGO WeDo & NXT Mindstorm programs. Click on “Read More” for upcoming meeting dates.

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The Record on Sprouts and Illness

The Illinois-Wisconsin region continues as the center of a Salmonella montevideo outbreak likely caused by raw sprouts at Jimmy John’s restaurants. According to federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), eight residents of three states —Illinois, Wisconsin, and Minnesota — have been infected with Salmonella montevideo.  There have not been any deaths or hospitalizations associated with the outbreak.  Epidemiological evidence indicates that […]

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Early Bird Registration now open for 4-H Summer Camp!

Winnebago County 4-H Camp Upham Woods Outdoor Learning Center, July 5-8, 2018 Get your application in early to reserve a spot at camp! 4-H camps provide youth with the chance to meet new people, have fun, and experience the great outdoors. Winnebago County’s 4-H Summer Camp is a 4-day, 3-night experience for youth in 3rd-8th […]

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Three Kitchen Items to Help Keep You Food Safe

As we start a new year and look ahead to spring cleaning, there are three kitchen items that can help keep you and your family food-safe: 1. A digital thermometer.  A tip-sensitive digital thermometer will make checking the internal temperature of meat, soups, and casseroles accurate and easy.  These days, food thermometers aren’t just for your holiday roasts—they’re […]

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A Smorgasbord of Foods Recalled for Listeria

In the latest of food recalls due to potential contamination with the potentially deadly bacterium, Listeria monocytogenes, a New Jersey food company is recalling more than a ton of frozen meatballs packaged under the Sam’s Club brand “Member’s Mark” because of possible contamination with Listeria monocytogenes.  Rich Food Products of Vineland, NJ shipped the ready-to-eat meatballs to distributors in nine […]

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Dozens of Brands of Ice Cream Bars Recalled for Listeria

A Listeria-related ice cream bar recall that started January 5, 2018 with less than 400 cases of frozen treats now includes additional flavors and brands, totaling close to 29,000 cases of ice cream bars sent to more than 35 retail chains across the country. No illnesses have been confirmed in connection with the ice cream products.  However, finished samples […]

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Face-to-Face Civility: Encouraging Conversations in the Age of Social Media

Join UW-Extension Winnebago County as we explore how social media has changed the way we communicate, discuss the guidelines of civility and have face-to-face conversations at the Neenah Public Library, Monday, March 5th, at 6:00pm. The two hour program will consist of a brief presentation from Tina Schuelke (Executive Director, Change Management) on the topic […]

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