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Hunt County Agrilife Extension

Hunt County Agrilife Extension Agent Sarah Latham begins a series of "Technology Talks" at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday (December 7) at 2217 Washington Street in downtown Greenville.  The series will help people who are new to digital devices such as smart phones and laptops learn how to get the most out of them.

Hunt County Agrilife Extension agent Sarah Latham has been writing a blog and a series of columns in the Herald-Banner of her experience in changing her diet for the better.  The tips include making a weekly plan, eating a "rainbow" of foods, and drinking lots of water.

Sarah Latham, Hunt County Agrilife Extension agent, says the Hunt County Fair begins Friday, Aprill 22 and continues through Sunday, May 1.  Sarah says, as part of the "Country Living Expo, a Hunt County Alliance for Economic Development project, Hunt County businesses and other organizations can have a free informational table for an evening  at the fair.

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Linked In

Hunt County Agrilife Extension Agent for family and consumer sciences Sarah Latham is inviting new members to join the Texas Extension Education Association and the Food Demonstrators groups.  TEEA helps extension agents spread knowledge to people throughout the county, and is involved in civic activities.  Food Demonstrators learn and promote new ideas about cooking.  Sarah also works with the Hunt County 4H Clubs.

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Trailnet

Hunt County Agrilife Extension Agent Sarah Latham is organizing teams of eight for "Walk Across Texas," in which the walkers will together travel the distance from Orange to El Paso, 834 miles.  The event begins Monday, February 1.  Each walker will need to walk a little less than a mile-and-a-half per day to complete the event.

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Carol VanHook, Flickr, Creative Commons

Hunt County Agrilife Extension Agent Sarah Latham says less than half of Americans make New Year's Resolutions, and a small percentage of them actually keep them.  But she says it's still worthwhile to make a new start, and offers some tips for making and keeping resolutions, including how to become a positive thinker.

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IcoNYCa

Hunt County Agrilife Family and Consumer Science agent Sarah Latham says there are ways to keep Thanksgiving from adding unwanted pounds to your frame.  For one thing, she says limit the feasting to one day, not three or four.  Another tip is to wait 20 minutes after eating before going back for seconds, because it takes that long for your body to realize it's full.  Also, she says be careful not to leave leftovers on the table for very long after the

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Hunt County Agrilife Extension agent Mary Sue Cole offers tips for a golden, moist Thanksgiving turkey, and for taking care of the inevitable leftovers.

Hunt County Master Gardener Dr. Stephanie Suesan Smith says it's time to start getting gardens ready for the winter.  The Master Gardeners, Hunt County Agrilife Extension and the W. Walworth Harrison Public Library present "The Art of Gardening: Goblins in the Garden" at 6 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 16 at the Outdoor Learning Center, 2311 Washington Street in Greenville.

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Hunt County Agrilife Extension agent Mary Sue Cole discusses the "Friend to Friend" event to promote breast-cancer screenings at 10 a.m., Saturday, September 13 at the Lone Oak Baptist Church.   At 10 a.m.,  Thursday, September 11, Agrilife Extension hosts a Kidney Smart program for people who suffer from kidney ailments.

Hunt County Master Gardener Dr. Stephanie Suesan Smith says the Agrilife Extension Service in Greenville offers soil-testing kits that can tell you a lot about your soil, and what may be needed to grow certain kinds of plants.  And Stephanie says a home-garden tour is coming up Saturday, May 31.

Hunt County Agrilife Extension

Hunt County Agrilife Extension agent Mary Sue Cole says the Hunt County Fair will start this year on April 25 and run through May 3.  In recent years, the fair has opened in June, after opening in August for many years. Mary Sue says creative arts entries are due April 14.