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Fishing Derby Scheduled
We have scheduled our 4-H Fishing Derby for July 7 at the Bobby Ferguson Park. Youth
ages 9-19 are invited. Cloverbud ages 5-8 may attend but may not compete and must
provide their own fishing poles. Pre-registration is required.
Gateway Farmers Market Celebrates National Farmers Market Week
The Gateway Farmers Market in Texarkana, Arkansas will celebrate National Farmers
Market week by being open each day July 5-9 with drawings for fresh produce on Saturday.
4-H Fundraising Event - I've Been Pied
Want to donate to a great cause, help youth participate in fun activities and have
a fun time doing so? This is the fundraising event for you. All proceeds will benefit
Miller County, Arkansas youth and ALL donations are tax deductible and will be receipted.
COVID-19 Community Survey: Capturing Stories and Assessing Needs
The rapidly changing nature of COVID-19 is disrupting the world and dramatically changing
the ways in which communities and businesses interact. We understand that the COVID-19 pandemic has put a strain on many communities across
the state. As communities continue to confront this crisis, the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture Cooperative Extension Service seeks to be of service and assistance. The following survey aims to identify innovative ways communities are responding to
the crisis and challenges communities are facingso we can provide appropriate support moving forward. Thank you so much for your participation.