Kathy's Corner Newsletter
It’s time, once again, for this information-packed class focused on helping couples and individuals get a better grip on their finances now and into the future.
Each class will be 2 hours long with guest speakers from USU and the community. Registration is $30.00 and will cover the cost of a workbook and handouts. Individuals (or couples) who attend all 5 classes will receive a $10.00 refund. Spouses/partners can attend for an additional $7.00 by sharing materials. See a list of classes later in this newsletter.
FOR THOSES INTERESTED IN INDIVIDUAL CLASSES, individuals may sign up for individual classes for a fee of $5.00 but they will not receive a copy of the workbook materials; only handouts. Please contact the Extension Office (435) 586-8132 to save your spot in the class.
Classes are scheduled 5-7 p.m. on Wednesdays:
February 20, 27; March 13, 20, 27
Advance registration is recommended. To register for the classes, please request a registration form from the Iron Co. Extension Office (we can email or fax) and return it with your personal or business check made payable to Iron Co. Extension. Cash also accepted at the office.
*New this year!!! To register online with a credit card, click HERE
The purpose for getting your dial-type pressure canner gauge tested is to ensure that the equipment you use at home, especially for low acid home food preservation, is safe for the health and well-being of individuals and families. Prevention of potential botulism food poisoning should be at the forefront in assuring that you have calibrated gauges for altitude changes so that you can safely can food at home.There are no scheduled dates at this time. Please call the Iron County Extension Office to schedule an appointment 586-8132.
If you have a weighted gauge, use the 15 lb. weight for all low acid foods.
*If you missed the article in the Nov/Dec 2011 edition of Kathy's Corner from Brian Nummer, PhD USU Extension Food Specialist, click here to get the latest news regarding canner gauges.