Kara Haymaker began a year of service on July 23 2005, to Calhoun County by becoming an AmeriCorps*VISTA member with WVU Extension Service.

During the year Kara has worked with the Calhoun County Family Resource Network to establish the Family Storyteller Program at the Middle-High School, reestablished the Glenville State College Collegiate 4-H Club, was the principal writer for a successful grant proposal which supports the Energy Express Program and helped to create an interactive game which teaches financial education concepts to youth.

Kara has had a successful term of service and which was completed July 2006. She will return to Glenville State College to continue her studies in behavioral science.

The AmeriCorps*VISTA Program enables a volunteer to serve a community for one or more years to meet local needs.

AmeriCorps*VISTA members are supported financially through the Corporation for National & Community Service. If anyone is interested in learning more about this excellent opportunity to learn and serve you may call Jeff Himes, Calhoun County WVU Extension Agent, at 354-6332.

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