Thursday, March 22nd

After 27 years with Jackson County UW-Extension, Luane Meyer is planning on retiring in January from her post as family living agent and department head of the program.

Even though she is retiring, Meyer plans to continue to be involved with extension and the community.

“I am looking forward to other opportunities that there might be. I will stay somewhat involved with some extension programming – some of the community programs that we have for families and individuals, and do some co-facilitating,” Meyer said.

Meyer started her career with extension working on the expanded food and nutrition program for one year in Vernon County and then four years in Jackson County.

“It was made up of program assistants who did home visits with families.