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“Hands to Larger Service” A Highlight on Community Service Cooperative Extension

“Hands to Larger Service” A Highlight on Community Service

Published by Monique Pearce-Brady / August 11, 2020

Each year NC 4-H Congress participants do a “Hands to Larger Service” project. Due to COVID-19, they were unable to meet and participate in the 2020 Congress. However, this community service highlight will showcase some of their community service projects .

 Donate Your Extra Produce to a Local Food Pantry Cooperative Extension

Donate Your Extra Produce to a Local Food Pantry

Published by Mary Jac Brennan / August 11, 2020

Home gardeners and community gardeners can connect with food pantries near them to donate extra fresh produce and help feed hungry people in our commmunity. Check out this interactive map to find a pantry near you and to see when donations are accepted.


 COVID-19 Testing Event Being Held at Shiloh Baptist on Wednesday and Saturday Public Health

COVID-19 Testing Event Being Held at Shiloh Baptist on Wednesday and Saturday

Published by Todd Luck / August 9, 2020

A free COVID-19 testing event is being held Wednesday, August 12 , from 4 p.m.-7 p.m. and Saturday, August 15, from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at Shiloh Baptist Church, 916 E 12th St.

Property tax bills have been mailed out Tax Administration

Property tax bills have been mailed out

Published by Todd Luck / August 6, 2020

The Forsyth County Tax Administration has mailed out property tax bills to property owners. Property tax bills can be paid by mail, in person or online at http://forsyth.cc/Tax/taxbill.aspx.


Public Health holds successful mask and food giveaway Forsyth County

Public Health holds successful mask and food giveaway

Published by Todd Luck / August 6, 2020

The Forsyth County Department of Public Health held a food and mask giveaway on Saturday, August 1, at the Enterprise Center.

 Protecting Animals during the “Dog Days” of Summer Cooperative Extension

Protecting Animals during the “Dog Days” of Summer

Published by Phyllis B. Smith / August 5, 2020

Ponds and Lakes are heating up, creating favorable conditions for Cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) blooms which can be lethal to dogs and livestock. Suspected blooms can be reported to the N.C. Division of Water Resources by contacting your nearest Regional Office.

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