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Living Well In Yalobusha County

Activities Are A Plenty At Extension Service

By Pamela Redwine

The Create (p.m.) MHV Club will meet on Thursday, May 14th at 6 p.m. The project leader will be Robbin Harrington and the project will be DIY Wind Chimes (using old household items).  Yearly dues are $6. For a complete supply list please contact the Extension Service.

Our Healthy You exercise classes are free and continue to meet each Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9 a.m. until 9:45 a.m. Make sure that you wear cool, comfortable clothes, good walking shoes and bring some water to drink. The nurse will be here to check glucose and blood pressure on Wednesday, May 13th at 8:45 a.m.

Our Sewing for Service group meets Monday, May 18 at 10 a.m. at the Multi-Purpose Building. Our project will be tote bags for Blair Batson Children’s Hospital.  You can bring colorful, fun, kid-friendly material or you can use ours. We have all the sewing machines, we just need you! We hope to see you Monday!

The crochet group will meet on Thursday, May 21 at 10 a.m. This is a laid back group that enjoys sharing patterns and helping each other learn to do new projects – from baby blankets, to shawls and from beanies to scarfs – they are all trying new and different things.  Yearly dues are $6 and you will need to bring your choice of yarn and hook.

Yalobusha Buddies and Clover Buds 4-H Clubs will meet on Thursday, May 21 at 4 p.m. Our program will be a magic show presented by Ms. Patricia Meek of Southaven. Ms. Meek will share lots of magical moments with the 4-H members. The program is free.  Please call 675-2730 to let us know your child will be attending.

There will be a forestry meeting on Thursday, May 21. The program topic will be Thinning Your Pine Plantation and the speaker will be Brady Self, Assistant Extension Professor in Forestry with Mississippi State University Extension Service. 

A meal will be served – please call the Extension Service by May 19th to let us know you will be attending. The cost will be $5 per person.

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