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Florence, E. H. / Annual report of the Trempealeau County agricultural agent
(1941)

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!RUW2&LU OOMIY iYO TEJ
    The Hae Agent's report contains more in detail
on the i.H program in the county the past year, how-
ever, I wish to Indicate a few of the major activities.
7t 4. the -nelby of the nffice to be more interested
4, +ohs 1nsi nv &4vr1 than~  the proiect. be it calf. sewing
an w.dw;v a.-**Azrsp~ .   ~- --
or garden, etc. The project is a part, however, the boy or girl is our main
concern.
                                  AOH I3ThK(
         This year special emphasis was made on quality and the highest achieve-
ment ever recorded was the result of the 484 boys and girls in club work.
416
achieved for a per cent of 86.2 At Achievement Day Sam Campbell, noted naturalist,
gave a wonderful program for the 275 attending. The Tri-School orchestra
furnish-
ed music for the occassion.
                                            TDMPZAL&U COUNTY FAIR
                                            The office is very grateful to
the
buildings for exhibition purposes. The
fair exhibits were larger than the past.
There has been a steady increase in em-
hibits the past several years, Represen-
tation for the State Fair was selected at
the County 7air.
    The club members, their leaders, and
this office appreciate very much the splon-
did cooperation and aid of Secretary Frank
Bmith, the fair board, and division super-
intendents. A good fair helps club work
immensely.
        WISCONSIN JUNIOR FAIR
     lighteen boys and girls received all
expense trips to the fair, A total of
160 exhibits were made by 63 exhibitors
which were a credit to the county.
             OSSEO 4-H FAIR
     This fair in its third year was big-
ger and better than ever. This fair is
sponsored Py the Orseo Cooperative Live-
stock Assobiation of club members. Their
parents, leaders and this office apprecia-
te very much this support of betterment
of~their community.
     One hundred forty-six members made
380 exhibits which is quite a contrast to
           the fewer mmbers and 150 ex-
  i,% ra  hibits made three years ago.
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