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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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