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April 30, 2014

Extension Service will be celebrating 100th anniversary


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“Through our network of agents and specialists, we translate university research into practical, useful information and help put that knowledge to work at the farm, at the job site, in the home and community,” said Whitis.
In addition to Whitis, agents at the Pulaski County Cooperative Extension Service are: Edith Lovett, Family and Consumer Sciences; T.J. Adkins and Chaquenta Smith, both 4-H; Beth Wilson, horticulture; Sheila Childers and Mary McAdoo, both staff assistants; Lisa Stevens, receptionist; Brenda Williamson and Allison Taylor, both EFNEP nutrition assistants.

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