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Camden Adams and his grandfather, Wayne Moore, coat a ham with curing spices during a project at the Madison County Cooperative Extension Office. 4-H and Extension agents taught participants how to cure hams. From page 27 The group also hosts international students. The Homemakers are the second largest group in the state. Other programs include Keys to Great Parenting, Get Moving with Madison County and the County Fair. 4-H youth development The extension office also caters to the little leaders in the county. 4-H is a community of young people across America who are learning leadership, citizenship and life skills. Youth work with other young people toward common goals. Led by Aubrey Clark and Scott Darst, alongside assistant Julia Scott, the 4-H Youth Development program provides diverse programming. The program focuses on six areas, including animal sciences, natural sciences, family and consumer sciences, communications, leadership, health and STEM (science, technology, engineering and technology). The program is best known for their summer camp, which will be taking place June 24-27, 2019. Applications are available at the extension office beginning March 1, 2019. Spaces fill up on a first come, first serve basis. The program has meetings in the evening at the extension office, offering classes in cooking, sewing, livestock and crafts. Registration is required, and can be done either by phone or online. Another program that peaks NANCY Robertson Stacey Kelly REALTOR ® For All of Your Real Estate Needs, call One of These Professional Realtors ® Today! 28 Madison Living WINTER 2018 (859) 624-1440 661-7660 (859) ABR, SRS, SRES EQUAL HOUSING Helen Fardo GOT AN ESTATE LET'S LIQUIDATE! NAR - Certified for SENIORS KAE (Payne) SCHENNBERG REALTOR ® PRINCIPAL BROKER EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY 859-806-3845 E-Mail: SCHENNBERG REALTY, LLC , 211 GERI LANE RICHMOND, KY 40475 EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY BLUEGRASS 859-314-4430 Email: Website: