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MILAM 4-H NEWS

Annual Holiday Gift Idea Exchange a big hit
Cheryl Walker
Extension Agent


Thirteen 4-Hers demonstrated holiday craft, decorating and food Green, Taylor Jester, (back row) Ryan Luckey, Kevin Junek, Houston ideas during the annual Holiday Gift Idea Exchange held Monday Harris, Brayden Youree, Collin Kostroun, Sydney Vaculin, Brady in Cameron Pictured are (front row, L-R) Macie Vaculin, Camryn Barton, Colby Green, James Jester and Jack Luckey. Thirteen 4-Hers demonstrated holiday craft, decorating and food Green, Taylor Jester, (back row) Ryan Luckey, Kevin Junek, Houston ideas during the annual Holiday Gift Idea Exchange held Monday Harris, Brayden Youree, Collin Kostroun, Sydney Vaculin, Brady in Cameron Pictured are (front row, L-R) Macie Vaculin, Camryn Barton, Colby Green, James Jester and Jack Luckey. Thirteen 4-Hers demonstrated holiday craf t, decorat ing and food ideas during the 19th annual Holiday Gift Idea Exchange held on Nov. 18 in Cameron. Thanks goes to Cameron 4-H Club for coordinating the event.

HOL IDAY PA RT Y, DANCE—Something new for Milam County 4-H is a Holiday Party and Dance for 4-H members and their friends. The first annual holiday event will be conducted Dec. 14 at the New Salem Building on the Rockdale Fairgrounds in Rockdale. The 4-H Council members and officers will be planning and conducting the event with 4-H club managers and leaders providing refreshments.

4-H members can invite friends to attend the 4-H Holiday Party and Dance with them. Youth not enrolled in 4-H must be invited and accompanied by a 4-H member.

Here is the schedule for the Dec. 14 event:

• Kindergarten through fifth graders, 6-8 p.m.

• Sixth graders through 12th graders, 8:30-11 p.m.

Remember to start planning your holiday schedule to include the 4-H Holiday Party and Dance on Dec. 14. It should be lots of fun for 4-Hers and their invited friends. If you are planning on attending please contact the Milam County Extension Office.

MCJLS DEADLINES—The 2014 Milam County Junior Livestock Show rules and entry form are now available on the Extension website http://milam.agrilife.org/.

Lamb and goat tag-in is 4- 6 p.m. Nov. 25 at the Youth Exhibition Building (YEB) in Cameron. Swine and breeding gilts tag-in is 4-6 p.m. Dec. 9 at the YEB. Broiler orders are due on Dec. 9 at the Milam County Extension Office. Price is $1.62 each and must be ordered in groups of 25 per show pen. Checks payable to MCJLS.

FYI—For more information on 4-H opportunities, contact the Texas A& M Agrilife Extension Office-Milam County, 100 E. 1st Street, Cameron, TX 76520, 254- 697- 7045, http://milam. agrilife.org/ or email ce-walker@tamu.edu.


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The burn ban for Milam County has been lifted. Burning is always prohibited in the county's municipalities.


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