A $30 extension training fee will be collected at the training session (make checks out to Lancaster County Extension).
Federal and state law states a private pesticide applicator must be certified and licensed to buy, use, or supervise the use of a Restricted-Use Pesticide (RUP) to produce an agricultural commodity on property they own or rent — or — on an employer’s property if the applicator is an employee of the farmer. No pesticide license is needed if the applicator will only be applying General Use Pesticides (GUPs) or if you hire a commercial applicator to apply RUPs to your property.
If you do not have a current private pesticide certification and you plan to buy or apply any RUP products, you will need to receive the same certification training as described below for people who need to be recertified. All training sessions meet the requirements for both initial certification or recertification as private pesticide applicators
The AARP Driver Safety Program is the nation’s first and largest classroom course designed for motorists 50 and older. The course will be presented in Lincoln as a one 4-hour session. A certified AARP instructor will teach the course. Cost is $12 for AARP members and $14 for non-members payable at the door. To register for the class, call 402-441-7180.
You will learn:
• defensive driving techniques, new traffic laws, and rules of road,
• how to deal with aggressive drivers,
• techniques to handle driving situations such as left turns, rights-of-way, and blind spots, and
• how to safely use anti-lock brakes, air bags, and safety belts.
There is no test. Course participants may be eligible to receive an insurance discount — consult your insurance agent for further details.
Co-Parenting for Successful Kids is an unbiased, research-based education class designed to help separating and divorcing parents cope with divorce and custody. Parents learn to answer the children's questions and keep their children safe and out of their conflict. Co-Parenting for Successful Kids strengthens communication skills that can improve interactions with children and the other parent. The goal of Co-Parenting for Successful Kids is to develop respectful, responsive and resonsible co-parenting.
The Lancaster County 4-H Dog program is growing by leaps and bounds! Any volunteer, parent, or youth who involved in the 4-H dog project is invited to attend the Dog VIPS (Volunteers in Program Service) Committee meetings. Bring your ideas to help the program.