ONTARIO — Barbara Brody, Oregon State University Extension, has taken on a new assignment, in a new location, and while it is not entirely different from what she did previously, her new position allows her to pursue her passion for teaching as well as opening 4-H programs to new people.
“My new position is family community health, nutrition education, and non-traditional 4-H,” Brody said. Until this year she had divided her time between nutrition education and the traditional 4-H programs, such as livestock and home economic clubs, providing support for members and leaders.
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