Beacon Tabs OSU Extension 100 Years - Page 14

2004 The title of extension agent was changed to extension educator. continued from page 13 2008 The Expanded Food Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) begins in Coshocton County. This program taught hundreds of people about nutrition, food safety, and budget-friendly meal planning until 2018. Annie’s Project Class of 2009 - Back row left to right; Kecia Buxton, Jean Infi eld, Camila Graham, Pat Tumblin, Deb Croft, Gwen Miller, Mary Thomas, Teresa Derr, Kristie Henderson, Judy Finlay, and Rita Ross. Front row left to right; Cathy Williamson, Katie Croft, Jennifer Massie, Roberta Shannon, Marissa Mullett, Bessie Infi eld, Kay Susil, Becky Carroll, Phyllis Debnar & Judy Reelhorn. Ben Young with calf and kids at Kids Cooking Camp 2009 2010 First Annie’s Project for women in agriculture. More than 70 Coshocton County women have graduated from this farm risk management program. OSU Extension local funding switches from county commissioner funding to a 0.4 mil tax levy. 2017 Beccy Porteus volunteers to teach youth fi nancial literacy at “Real Money, Real World” program. More than 200 farmers are certified over a three year period for fertilizer applicator certification training in response to improved water quality efforts. 2019 PRESENT DAY 14-B THE BEACON CELEBRATING 100 YEARS OSU Extension Celebrates 100 Years of Serving the Coshocton County Community! www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com APRIL 17, 2019