(BEDFORD) – The Lawrence County Purdue Extension office is now open.
4-H members can now pick up needed manuals and other materials during limited office hours.
The staff is asking 4-H members to call ahead so your materials will be ready when you arrive.
“As per the Governor’s guidelines, we ask that you maintain a six-foot distance from our staff and recommend you wear a mask while visiting the office,” says Lesley Lodmell, Youth Development Extension Director. “For any items, you need to pay for, we ask that you pay by check that you can leave in our dropbox.”
The extension office will be open:
- Monday – 9 a.m. until Noon
- Tuesday – 1 p.m. until 4 p.m.
- Wednesday – 9 a.m. until Noon
- Thursday – 1 p.m. until 4 p.m.
- Friday – 9 a.m. until Noon
You can call the extension office any time at 812-275-4623.
Reminder – May 15 is no longer the deadline to submit information on 4-H online. 4-Hers have until June 1 to have all of your ID information submitted to 4H online, projects finalized, and any paperwork submitted.
“We will be sending out information this week about how you can get your tags and things related to animal identification,” Lodmell added. “We will ensure everyone has time to get what they need. Thanks for your flexibility during this unprecedented year. Remember, we will be getting information this Friday related to what July can look like for us. We will be in touch with more details next week after the 4-H Council is able to meet.”