Paulding County OSU Extension Office may not always be staffed.

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Due to research, events, projects, meetings and summer vacations, The OSU Extension Office of Paulding County may not always be staffed. Below are date office staff are currently out. We are sorry for the inconvenience. For questions today, please contact Sarah Noggle via Cell Phone @ (419)506-1890. We will return your call as soon as possible.

Due to limited staff in our Paulding County Extension Office, we may not always have a physical body in the office.  

 

Please feel free to email Sarah Noggle (noggle.17@osu.edu) or Staci Hiler (hiler.23@osu.edu) while we are not staffed with your questions.  

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