ODOT is cutting the budget for operating expenses and transportation for the Hardin County Council on Aging.
Executive Director Bette Bibler, told the Hardin County Commissioners at a recent meeting that she was notified in January that ODOT was cutting her operating expenses by 60% and the transportation by 40%. A $160,000 loss.
She is discussing ways to deal with that loss with the board.
4-H opportunities were also discussed with the Commissioners.
Amanda Raines, OSU Extension, said goal is to work with camp, fair and clubs.
A new type of service club is being started. These are more specific and held for a shorter period of time.
It was reported that 227 went to camp last year.
4-H week is the first of March.
The Commissioners signed a Proclamation supporting 4-H week.