Commissioners mull request to give a $5,000 boost for 4-H

The Huron County Commissioners are weighing a request to provide an additional $5,000 to the Ohio State Extension office for the county's 4-H program. The funding is needed to help pay the salary of the 4-H program assistant, said Deb Angell, executive director of the OSU Extension office, which runs the 4-H program. The position is part-time, 20 hours, and is funded mostly through fees from the county's juvenille traffic offenders program.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

 

The Huron County Commissioners are weighing a request to provide an additional $5,000 to the Ohio State Extension office for the county's 4-H program.

The funding is needed to help pay the salary of the 4-H program assistant, said Deb Angell, executive director of the OSU Extension office, which runs the 4-H program. The position is part-time, 20 hours, and is funded mostly through fees from the county's juvenille traffic offenders program.

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4-H is an aweso...

I think if all it takes to help keep this program up and running is $5,000 then I say give it to her. It is such an awesome program and it helps keep kids out of trouble. I say whatever it takes to keep the 4-H up and running, go for it.