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This series of 6 classes focuses on health of Caregivers for chronically ill or elderly.
Continued stress can affect the Caregivers health negatively. A few topics addressed are stress reduction techniques, nutrition, communication, anger management, & family meetings. This series is in collaboration with Durham Center for Senior Life.
For more information please call the N.C. Cooperative Extension-Alexander County Center at 828-632-4451.
• Want to work with livestock or animals, but do not want to be a veterinarian?
• Do you like to work with animals and explore lessons through hands-on activities?
• Do you want to meet people with similar interests to you?
•If you answered yes to any of thesequestions check out the NC State Livestock Science Camp.
Department of Animal Science Deadline to apply: March 15th, 2019
Questions: Dr. Carrie: Carrie_Pickworth@ncsu.edu 919-513-0262
Registration available at: cals.ncsu.edu/animal-science/extension/livestock-science-camp
No livestock experience necessary - Only enthusiasm and willingness to learn!
June 16-21, 2019
• Ages 14-17 yrs old
• 1-week residential camp
• Beef and dairy cattle, sheep and goats, horses, and pigs
• Leadership, science, careers, and fellowship
• $800 camp fee
be a veterinarian?
• Do you like to work with animals and explore lessons
through hands-on activities?
• Are you 14-17 years old?
• Are you excited to learn about beef and dairy cattle, sheep
and goats, horses, and pigs?
• Want to gain leadership, science, careers, and fellowship
Application deadline: March 15th, 2019
Questions: Dr. Carrie: Carrie_Pickworth@ncsu.edu
Application and more information available at: