The MSU Extension Office in Yalobusha County will be closed next Thursday the 27th and Friday the 28th in observance of Thanksgiving Holidays. Our office will be open Monday through Wednesday before Thanksgiving so we will be here for any questions or needs that you may have. From all of us at the Yalobusha County Extension Office, we would like to wish you and your family a very Happy Thanksgiving, safe travels and warm wishes to all!
Don’t forget about our follow up class from “Using Digital Cameras,” this Thursday! The Editing Digital Photos class is scheduled Nov. 30, from 1:30-3:30 in the afternoon at the Yalobusha County Extension Office.
This class follows an earlier “How To Use Your Digital Camera” class to take amazing holiday shots. Now we would like to take it a step farther and teach you how to edit your photos on your computer to get a professional look. Many times we take an amazing photo, but maybe it is a little blurry or someone in the picture has red eyes. In this class we will teach you how you can correct all this through software on your computer. We want to ensure that you have wonderful pictures to remember your upcoming holiday season for years to come! This class costs $1.
Again, you must sign up for this class in order to insure that we have enough participation for it to occur. Space is limited for this program, so please call in by Wednesday, Nov. 19th at 5 p.m. to reserve your spot
Our Goods & Services Survey sheets are still available! The Depart-ment of Community Development & Govern-ment with the MSU Extension Service is collecting survey data on goods and service spending of citizens within the county. The survey is a general survey on where you purchase your goods (groceries, auto parts, appliances, lumber/hardware, clothing, lawn and garden supplies, and much more) and other various services (childcare, legal services, eye exams, dental care, health care, and much more).
If you would like to participate in this anonymous survey, feel free to stop by the MSU Yalobusha County Extension Office and fill one out or take one home to mail in later.
Any help we can get in filling these surveys out is greatly appreciated.
By Allyson Coleman