Twenty (Four) Questions for Extension
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Question #5: 
Who's new on staff?
Currituck County Cooperative Extension welcomed Stacy Hairfield as the newest member of their staff on March 1, 2017. Stacy will be serving as a 4-H Program Assistant for Currituck County. She will oversee the Community Service and Restitution program and will provide marketing and curriculum development expertise to Currituck County Extension's 4-H Department.

Stacy Hairfield grew up in Manteo, North Carolina and attended UNC where she studied creative writing. After moving to Charlotte, North Carolina, Stacy pursued a career as an international computer parts broker and developed client relations traveling abroad. In 2008, Stacy moved, with her husband and three children, to a rural mountain town in Virginia, where she published the area's first healthy living magazine, Natural Awakenings of Virginia's Blue Ridge. 

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4-H Youth Development

The electric program is one of the many science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) focused programs offered through 4-H. Currituck County 4-H is offering a renewable energy workshop on April 20, 2017 from 9am to 3pm for youth ages 10 and up. 


The Northeast North Carolina Daffodil Society in conjunction with the Currituck County Extension Master Gardener Volunteers invite the public to attend and participate in the Tenth Annual Daffodil Show to be held at the Currituck County Center on Saturday, March 25, 2017 from 1pm to 4pm

Family & Consumer Sciences

Do you love yogurt? Have you always wondered how this delicious treat is made?  Well wonder no more! The Currituck County Center of North Carolina Cooperative Extension is holding a yogurt making class.The class will be held April 19th, 2017 from 1:00 to 3:00pm at the Currituck Extension Center. Read more.