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The University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service will host five camps for teens from military families during 2016 and 2017.

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Military families with young children can enjoy an adventure at a Kentucky camp designed to strengthen family bonds in a fun-filled atmosphere.

The 2016 camp is June 10-12 at the University of Kentucky’s Robinson Forest. It is open to families with at least one child who is 6 years old and under. Families must have a member serving in any active duty military branch, Reserve or National Guard, or have a member who is a veteran or a Department of Defense civilian or contractor.

A new University of Kentucky program, Next Generation Farmers, is making a difference—especially in Washington County, where the incentive to enroll was $5,000 in cost-share grants.

KSBDC presented Kentucky Pacesetter awards to six businesses, and the U.S. Small Business Administration recognized outstanding Kentucky small businesses and entrepreneurs.

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