1. Beef Quality Assurance Training & Certification

    Feb. 14, 2019

    BQA will be held at the Harrison County Fairgrounds Commercial Building on Monday, February 25, 2019 5:30-7p.  Cost is Free.  Call 740-264-2212 to register.

    Training is also available online:  visit to get BQA certified online.  Online training consists of series of lessons and quizzes to become certified.  Training will take - 2 hrs.

  2. Advisor Training Opportunities

    Jan. 07, 2019

    The 2019 CEU year began January 1 for our certified 4-H advisors. All of the opportunities to complete the (one) annual CEU requirement are available this winter: The Ohio 4-H Conference is scheduled for Saturday March 9 at the Columbus Convention Center. The local registration deadline for this event will be February 1. 4-H Committee pays the registration fee to any adult or youth volunteer wishing to attend and may provide transportation if interest warrants. It is an excellent event every leader should try to attend at least once every 5 years.

  3. Bleeding Control Basic Course

    Jan. 07, 2019

    Whether on the farm, in the garden or at home, it is best to be prepared for the worst.  This Bleeding Control Basic course covers what to do when a person is bleeding out - including how to use hands, dressings, and tourniquets.  It only takes 5-10 minutes to die from uncontrolled bleeding.  If your job (or hobby) involves working with various hazards, this course is recommended for you.

    Date:  January 16, 2019; 6:00-9:00 pm.

    Location:  Harrison County Fairgrounds Commercial Building

  4. Online Course: Dining With Diabetes - Beyond The Kitchen

    Apr. 24, 2018

    Dining with Diabetes:  Beyond the Kitchen is a FREE online course created by OSU Extension Family and Consumer Sciences. This online course goes “beyond the kitchen” to discuss making healthy choices when eating at restaurants, grocery shopping or planning weekly meals.

    The course includes:

  5. Level 2 Food Safety Training

    May. 15, 2017

    Level Two Food Safety Online Training and Certification in Food Protection

    Is your food service operation and/or retail food establishment license a risk level III and risk level IV, the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) requires one employee, who has supervisory and management responsibility and the authority to direct and control food preparation and service, to have a level two certificate. For additional information: Ohio Department of Health's Food Safety Ohio Certification webpage

  6. Interested in Becoming a Harrison County 4-H Volunteer

    Aug. 31, 2015

    The fall season is the preferred time to interview and train new 4-H volunteers.  If you are interested in serving as an advisor, special project helper, or camp counselor, get a jump start on the 2018 season by giving us a call today.  Many hands make the work light!  Basic details available at: