Phone Service has been restored to the Alamance County Government buildings located on the North Campus in Burlington. These buildings include the Human Services Center, Family Justice Center, Agriculture Extension, and Environmental Health.
The Alamance County Government buildings located on the North Campus in Burlington are currently experiencing phone outages. These buildings include the Human Services Center, Family Justice Center, Agriculture Extension, and Environmental Health. AT&T is aware of the issue and working to restore service. Email and websites remain active and available to the public.
Raleigh, N.C. – NC State Extension announced that Kianna Cook is completing an Extension internship this summer with the Alamance County Center. An Extension summer intern works with Extension personnel to deliver hands-on, educational programs. Job shadowing and mentoring help interns learn about the mission and work of North Carolina Cooperative Extension. Cook will be… Continue Reading Extension Interns Gain Real-World Experience and Serve Local Communities
Alamance County Cooperative Extension Director Mark Danieley has announced that he will be transitioning to the position of Horticulture Agent and stepping away from the department’s administrative duties. Mark has spent over 30 years in the agricultural industry with 16 years at N.C. Cooperative Extension and 12 years at the Alamance County Cooperative Extension. During… Continue Reading Interim Director Announced for Alamance Cooperative Extension
Will White, will serve as Alamance County’s 4-H Youth Voice Delegate at the 2019 NC Association of County Commissioner’s Annual Conference. Youth Voice brings together teens from 4-H and the Boys and Girls Clubs of North Carolina. The annual event offers sessions on Friday and Saturday of the conference to help youth gain a better… Continue Reading Alamance County’s 4-H Youth Voice Delegate Addresses Commissioners
The month of June is National Safety Awareness Month. Our committee will be sponsoring a large safety event on June 8, 2019, from 10am to 2pm at Lamb’s Chapel in Burlington the airport location. During this event we will be having the Sheriff Department, Burlington Police, Burlington Fire Department, Alamance County Emergency Services, NC Cooperative… Continue Reading SAFETY EVENT – Learn from Alamance County’s Finest
The Alamance Soil and Water Conservation District will have tree seedlings available for sale at the end of February 2018. Call now to place your order. The varieties offered will be: Loblolly Pines and Eastern Red Cedars. These seedlings are useful to anyone who wishes to plant trees for borders, screens, erosion control measures or… Continue Reading Tree Seedlings Sale