|Baby Animal Days to be Held at USUBC
The USU Botanical Center really comes to life May 11 and 12 with our first ever Baby Animal Days celebration. Meet lambs, kids, llamas, rabbits, chicks, ducklings and piglets, all being raised by local 4-H members. There will be crafts to make, sheep shearing demonstrations, horseback rides, a putting green, a climbing wall and miniature train rides. The event raises funds for Davis County 4-H and garden development at the USU Botanical Center.
Plan to join us Friday, May 11 from 4-8 p.m. or Saturday May 12 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. For more information and online ticket sales click here.
|Extension Welcomes GaeLynn Peterson
GaeLynn Peterson, a native of Wayne County and graduate of Utah State University, has been hired as an Extension associate professor in Wayne County. Her emphasis area will be strengthening home and family relationships where she will focus on teaching relationship skills to adolescents and couples and teach parenting skills. She has a master's degree in psychology and is a certified school counselor.
"I am so amazed that I am working in a job situation that I have dreamed of," said Peterson, "I'm able to receive training in canning, nutrition, parenting, marriage and working with the youth -- all of the things that I love. Now I get to share it all with others -- and get paid for it!"
Peterson is the mother of seven and grandmother of 20. She enjoys camping, boating at Lake Powell, poking around in the desert and spending time with her grandchildren.