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Long-distance family ties subject of programs

The holidays are just around the corner which means it is the perfect time to tell you about the Extension educational program titled, “Loving Long-Distance: Families Separated by Distance.”  Our world has certainly changed since I was a youngster. Growing up on a farm in Washington County, all of my grandparents were within 10 miles of our home so we spent lots of time together on weekends and holidays.  Nowadays, families may be separated because of military obligations, job responsibilities, or broken family relationships. Whatever the reason is for separation, there are lots of ways to make the holidays and ...

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