When it was clear that the COVID-19 pandemic was continuing into 2021, Well Connected Communities program assistant Susan Holloway was looking for new outreach methods in her community of Jackson, Tennessee. The local crime newspaper, CrimeSEENExaminerNews, was also looking for … Continued
Scott County EMPOWER youth leaders represented Indiana at the National 4-H Summit for Healthy Living on February 14, 2021. More than 560 participants attended this virtual conference from 34 states, the U.S. Territories of Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands, … Continued
Written by Dr. Courtney Brown and Dr. Jenna Daniel Reprinted with permission. Click here to read the full Georgia 4-H Annual Report. Well Connected Communities is an effort to cultivate wellness across the country. In partnership with National 4-H Council, … Continued
On Monday, February 1, 2021, The Princess Anne Town Commissioners presented to the University of Maryland Eastern Shore-Well Connected Communities (UMES -WCC) team, a Certificate of Appreciation in recognition of the UMES-WCC team‘s dedication and diligence in Community Service to … Continued
Short-term outcomes from seven rural communities as they apply the core principles of Well Connected Communities into their action plans.