The University of Missouri Extension Office of Carroll County is holding its annual program review Thursday evening. Click to hear KMZU’s Bob Allen talk with Extension Office Vice Chair Paula Sprouse:
Even though the office is often associated with 4-H, Sprouse said the extension office’s purpose is to bring university research and expertise to the local community. To that end, the extension office has circulated questionnaires about what it can do to better serve the community through its programs and uses the information to adjust the focus of future planning.
According to Sprouse, the questionnaires consisted of five questions about current programs and what adjustments could be made to better benefit the residents.
The review begins at six o’clock in the conference room of the Carrollton Public Library.