Cost: $25/person (includes lunch)
18 Seward Ave., 3rd Floor, Middletown, NY
March Dog Madness is an educational conference geared towards teens and adults. Workshops engage participants in science based information and training. Current animal health, animal behavior, industry trends, and youth development issues are addressed.
Who should attend? The general public and all interested staff, adult, and teen 4‑H leaders are invited to attend this 1-day information packed program. Dog project leaders engaged in local community training programs are strongly encouraged to attend. Presentations from a variety of experienced professionals may include: local veterinarians, K‑9 Police, County volunteers, canine professionals from Search and Rescue Units, etc.
Why should you attend? This program helps community leaders understand and practice principles that they can take back and share with 4-H members at the local level. Adult and teen leaders gain networking skills, exchange ideas, and have an opportunity to work together.
This event is OPEN to the public. You do NOT have to be a 4‑H member to join us for this event, however, please RSVP by March 22. Register early, as classes will fill up quickly (minimum of 8 participants per class).
For more information please click here! 4-H March Dog Madness Flyer.
To register, click here! http://weblink.donorperfect.com/2019MARCHDOGMADNE...
If you have any questions, please contact Lisa at 845‑344-1234 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
$25 (includes lunch)
Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange County
18 Seward Avenue
Suite 300 (third floor)
Middletown, New York 10940