Ten Questions with Connie Hancock, UNL Extension Educator
Connie Hancock took her first job out of college with the University of Nebraska's Extension office. That was 35 years ago, when the Kearney native had completed degrees from Nebraska-Lincoln and Nebraska-Kearney.
It's no wonder the extension educator refers to the program as "a system I believe in."
Hancock came to the Sidney office in 1995. She divides her time between Sidney and Kimball, allowing her to direct the extension service in three panhandle counties.
1. You know you're a long way from Lincoln.
We are part of the land grant system, so we provide outreach programs.
2. What do...
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