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Clark County

March 4, 2013

NEWS AND TRIBUNE BRIEFS — For March 4

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While advance payment for meals is not required, cancellations made after noon on March 1 or “no shows” on the night of the event will be billed for the full cost of their meals reserved.

The featured program for the evening will be given by Perry Harrell, a local Clark County Historian. He has asked participants to bring any Native American artifacts with you and he will determine the age and who made them. In addition to the featured program, there will be program area reports, and the election of your Extension Board members as part of the annual meeting. The Extension Board supports and directs the County Extension main educational objectives that are delivered by the Purdue Educators.

For more information or to make reservations to attend, contact the Purdue Extension-Clark County Office at 812-256-4591.

 

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