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Extension Educational Programs & Services
Logan County, Arkansas

The Cooperative Extension Service offers a host of educational programs and services.  If you do not see what you are looking for below, please contact our county Extension Office for assistance.



Extension Homemakers Clubs Active in Logan County

The Logan County Extension Homemaker clubs have a mission to build strong families and communities through continuing education, leadership development, and community service.

Extension Homemaker clubs are affiliated with University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service. Clubs meet monthly in communities throughout the county and state. At the meetings, members have educational programs based on the latest information on subjects such as nutrition, financial management, family and child development, health, the environment, and much more.

In addition to monthly club meetings, members organize and conduct special projects for children, senior citizens, and others in the community.

Membership in these clubs is available to anyone regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status. Persons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication of program information (large print, audiotapes, etc.) should notify the county Extension office (or other appropriate office) as soon as possible prior to the meeting.

Photo: Logan County EHC Members at the 2013 Spring EHC County Council Meeting.

EHC Club Meeting Day and Time Meeting Location

Blue Mountain

3rd Thursday at 1:00 p.m.

Magazine Community Building


2nd Saturday at 10:00 a.m.

South Logan County Fairgrounds

Cane Creek 1st Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. Porky's Restaurant, Scranton
Prairie View 2nd Thursday at 1:00 p.m. Prairie View Community Building
Shoal Creek 2nd Thursday at 3:30 p.m. Midway Community Building
Subiaco 2nd Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. Member's Homes--changes monthly
Sugar Grove 3rd Monday at 10:00 a.m. Sugar Grove Community Building

For more information about joining an Extension Homemaker Club, contact the Logan County Cooperative Extension Service located at #15 Courthouse, Paris or #24 Courthouse, Booneville or call 963-2360 or 675-2787 or email


Strong Men and Women Logo


Strong Women and Men is a low-impact strength training program designed to increase endurance, balance and flexibility in older adults.  There are two active Strong Women groups in the county - one in the Magazine area and the other in Prairie View. To get more information on this program or to join, call the Extension office.

Logan County 4-H Clubs

Arkansas State 4-H O-Rama

Did you know that Arkansas 4-H'ers can launch rockets, sew their own clothes, grow their own food, repair small engines, learn about computers, cook their own food, create documentary films, travel to other states and countries, learn about agricultural and environmental sciences, work with either small or large animals, and lots more?

In addition to exploring over 80 different projects, members learn leadership skills and do community service projects to help others. 4-H'ers do more than talk about the future - you'll see them creating their future. 4-H'ers find that learning can be fun. They work with others on projects in their community or project clubs. 4-H members can go to camp, show their work at fairs, travel, attend meetings and events at the University of Arkansas with other young people, and more.

Membership in 4-H and their program benefits are available to all youth ages 5-19 regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, disability or any other legally protected status.  Here is a  list of 4-H clubs in Logan County with meeting times and locations: 


cooking school

Family & Consumer Science

The Logan County Extension Service is dedicated to meeting the community education needs of its 22,300 residents.  Throughout our various Family and Consumer Sciences programs, we hope to increase the quality of life for our residents.  Programs that  we offer include Small Steps to Health and Wealth; The Best Care; Guiding Children Successfully; Eating Smart, Being Active; Cook Smart, Eat Smart; and programs about managing your financial resources.  With 20% of our population age 0-17 living below poverty and the free and reduced lunch rate being 50% or greater at all of our schools, we also provide free programming in our schools to help educate youth on money management, eating healthy, and being active.  Some of the school programs include Get Real, Here's the Deal; Yoga with Kids; and nutritional demonstrations and lessons.

Angus cattle grazing

Beef and Forage Production

With cattle inventories of approximately 55,000 head, Logan County ranks as one of the largest beef cattle producing counties in the state.  When producing beef cattle, a main concern is forage production.  Being able to produce high-quality forage at the lowest possible price is vital for profitability in the beef cattle industry.  The Logan County Cooperative Extension Office has many services aimed at helping producers achieve this goal.  Soil samples are crucial in determining fertilizer needs.  Pasture evaluations can help determine weed problems and grazing capacities.  The county hay shows, which are held in conjunction with the Logan County fairs, are an opportunity to receive low-cost analyses for the forage you produce, as well as a chance to win prizes and gain recognition.  Feel free to contact the county Extension office with questions about any of these services.