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Families, Parents and Caretakers

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"Talking with Kids About HIV/AIDS" Parent HIV Education Project
Talking With Kids About HIV/AIDS Project is a community-based program that works with adults in extensive adult-child communication.
4-H Capital Days
A two-day visit to the state capital to tour and learn about history and state government.
4-H March Dog Madness
Hands-on leader training sessions for 4-Hers 13-18 and their adult leaders who lead 4-H Dog Clubs.
ASSET Program
The ASSET program provides teachers with complete, self contained lab modules suitable for use in many classrooms and learning environments
Adelson Book Readings
Third Thursday book readings at the Cornell Lab. 3:30-4:30 pm in the Adelson Library at 159 Sapsucker Woods Road.
Advancing Youth Development (AYD) Partnership
The AYD Partnership is a statewide inter-agency partnership to train youth workers
Animal Adaptations
Animal Programs at Cayuga Nature Center
Animal Careers Website
A website for exploring Animal Careers for interested middle and high school students, teachers, parents and the public.
Apple Cidering
Seasonal Outdoor Educational Program at Cayuga Nature Center (Fall) PreK+
Awesome Aquatics
Outdoor Educational Programs at Cayuga Nature Center

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