New Co-parenting Class Announcement: Parents Forever ™

Parents Forever ™ Parents Forever ™ is an educational program for families experiencing a: Divorce. Separation. Change in custody.   Parents and other caregivers take a course like Parents Forever ™ for several reasons. Usually they fall into one or both of the following groups: They were told to take a parent education course by their […]

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Dunn County Association for Home & Community Education Scholarship

Association for Home & Community Education are encouraged to promote scholarship application to anyone meeting requirements listed below: The Dunn County Association for Home & Community Education awards one $500 scholarship to either a male or female applicant who will be attending the University of Wisconsin-Stout or Chippewa Valley Technical College in Menomonie. Priority will […]

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New Class Announcement: Love and Logic Early Childhood Parenting Made Fun!®

Love and Logic Early Childhood Parenting Made Fun!®: This parent training curriculum is specially geared toward families with children ages birth through age six. The unique challenges that come with raising babies, toddlers, and young children are tough but able to be overcome! This course will give you valuable skill sets to accomplish the following: […]

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National Youth Science Day Challenges hosted by Dunn County in Early October 2018

This year’s exciting National Youth Science Day challenge, Code Your World, is a four-part challenge that teaches kids to apply computer science to the world around them through hands-on activities. Developed by Google, 4-H, and West Virginia University Extension Service, it includes a computer-based activity on Google’s First platform and three unplugged activities that bring coding to life […]

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Upcoming Event: Interesting Outhouse Finds

 The Dunn County HCE Organization Presents: I N T E R S T I N G    O U T H O U S E    F I N D S  Everyone is welcome!! Mark Youngblood has over 30 years’ experience locating and excavating old outhouse sites, which were often used as household trash dumps in […]

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