WARRENSBURG The headquarters of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Warren County now has a new sign, thanks to local volunteers and $2,000 donation of materials by Home Depot.
The work was accomplished on Oct. 24 by local volunteers and extension staff — with the help and guidance of serveral volunteers from Home Depot, who were working on their own time. They helped out by providing the know-how as well as labor to get the project done.
Cooperative Extension “Master Gardeners” provided much of the workforce accomplishing the project.
The large sign, in front of Cooperative Extension’s headquarters on Schroon River Road in Warrensburg, is sturdy and has a stone-paver foundation — and it features a planter.
Extension officials noted that the effort represented a worthy beautification project that will be for the benefit of all in our community who use the many services and programs that Cooperative Extension and its staff offer to the public.