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December Quick Bites offers two free video programs

 

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Flowers for the holidays, and successfully communicating our way through the sometimes stressful season ahead, are the topics of two Quick Bites programs offered by the Mississippi State University Extension Service in December. 

 

The interactive sessions are available via video from noon to 1 p.m. on designated Thursdays at area county Extension offices. Anyone interested in attending must contact their county office to participate. Sessions will also be held in Bost 409 on the MSU campus. 

 

  • Dec. 7 -- "Annual Holiday Floral Design": Lynette McDougald of MSU shares holidays designs you can create for the Christmas season.  

     

  • Dec. 14 -- "Life Skills: What to Say When, or Not": Extension Agent IV Lisa Stewart of Webster County shares ideas on how to best communicate with family and friends we may see at holiday gatherings who might be hurting or going through tough times.  

     

    County Extension offices wanting to sign up for the video programs can do so at http://techoutreach.msucares.com/distance-education. Sign up using the online county sign up system. (From the Distance Education dropdown menu, click on the County Schedule Signup). Or, counties may email to distanceed@ext.msstate.edu, or call our MSU Extension.  

     

    Individuals interested in registering for December's programs should contact their county's Extension office: 662-328-2111 (Lowndes): 662-323-5916 (Oktibbeha); or 662-494-5371 (Clay).

     

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