COMMUNITY BRIEFS – June 19, 2014

Free USDA workshop for farmers, ranchers

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is inviting the public to a free workshop called “What’s Good for the Farmer is Good for Everyone.” It will be held on Wednesday, June 25, 2014, starting at 6:30pm, at the Kagman Community Center. The workshop will teach farmers and ranchers how to explore grants, financing, risk management, and technical assistance programs as well as opportunities to leverage resources and build partnerships. This is a tri-agency workshop involving Rural Development, Farm Services Agency, and Natural Resources Conservation Service. (USDA)

Electrical maintenance at American Memorial Park

During the morning of June 21, 2014, the Commonwealth Utilities Corp. will be performing electrical maintenance work on circuit switches located within American Memorial Park. The American Memorial Park Visitor Center will open at 10:30am on Saturday, June 21, 2014, following completion of the electrical maintenance work. (NPS)

MHS dates to remember

– June 19: Last day for students  (Early dismissal at 12pm)

– June 24: Report cards are available for pick up

– June 30: Registration deadline for new and incoming 9th grade students

– June 30 – Aug. 8: Summer and online school

– July 7 – Aug. 1: Extended year program

For more information, call the Main Office at 237-3206/2/5. You can also check the website, (MHS)

Kagman High half-day sessions

Parents and guardians of Kagman High School are being informed that Tuesday to Thursday, June 17- 19, will have half-day sessions. We will release students at 12:30pm for our accreditation work session and preparation for next school year. For any questions, contact our office at 237-3834. (PR)

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