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Volunteers Needed for New 4-H Dog Program

By Tony Rose, Agent for 4-H Youth Development
Adair County Cooperative Extension Service

Adair County 4-H is looking for volunteers to help start a new 4-H Dog program. Before we can start, we have to have at least one volunteer who is willing to complete the 4-H Dog certification program.

If you are interested in possibly helping with this program then please email Tony Rose at By the State rules, we cannot offer a Dog Program until we have a certified volunteer leader. We have had youth ask about a group like this and would love to be able to offer it to the youth of Adair County.

Here is a link to the State 4-H webapage that will explain more details about the Kentucky 4-H Dog Volunteer Certfication Program that must be completed:

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This story was posted on 2021-04-16 07:56:09
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