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University of Missouri Extension vice chancellor, associate chancellor visit Howell County

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Marshall Stewart, vice chancellor for extension and engagement at the University of Missouri, and Chadwick Higgins, associate vice chancellor for extension and engagement at the University of Missouri, visited with Howell County Extension members on Thursday and were updated on programs taking place in Howell County and toured the facility, located at 1376 Bill Virdon Boulevard, in West Plains. Stewart and Higgins said they are touring each of the county extension offices to learn about each area’s programs after it was put on hold last year due to the pandemic. 

Shown back row, from left: Marshall Stewart, vice chancellor for extension and engagement at the University of Missouri; Elizabeth Picking, field specialist in livestock at University of Missouri Extension in Howell County; Stephanie Johnson, county engagement specialist in nutrition and health education at University of Missouri Extension in Howell County; Chadwick Higgins, associate vice chancellor for extension and engagement at the University of Missouri; Blake Crow, Howell County extension councilmember and Calvin Wood, Howell County Northern Commissioner. Front row, from left: Hilliary Shumock, nutrition program associate at University of Missouri Extension in Howell County; Teresa Uminn, county office support at University of Missouri Extension in Howell County; Tammy Woodworth, county office support at University of Missouri Extension in Howell County; Sarah Kenyon, field specialist in agronomy at University of Missouri Extension in Howell County; Ruth Waggoner, Howell County Extension council secretary; Dixie Williams and Kelly Waggoner, Howell County Clerk. 

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