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St. Clair County Extension Office

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Office Hours: 8:00-12:00; 12:30-4:30
Lee Ann Clark
County Extension Coordinator
1815 Cogswell Avenue, Suite 103/B04
Pell City, AL 35125
Phone: (205) 338-9416
Fax: (205) 338-9417

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St. Clair County


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The Successful Aging Initiative is proud to present the Think Smart, Live Smart program. The program targets limited resource senior citizens and their families/caregivers. The program will provide research-based educational resources, screening/testing, financial consulting and senior activies in the following areas: 1) Elder Law; 2) Alzheimer and Dementia Education; 3) Financial Resource Management; and 4) Health and Nutrition. To register, please contact the St. Clair County Extension office at (205) 338-9416 or stop by our office which is located on the lower level of the St. Clair County Courthouse in Pell City, Suite 103/BO4. The deadline to register is April 4th. Don't delay, register today! For more information, please contact Nkenge Hyter, Urban Regional Extension Agent, at the above number.


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If you are 45 years old or older and want to learn how to use the computer and navigate the internet, please call peer coach, Njoni Roberson, at the St. Clair County Extension office at (205) 338-9416. The program is FREE.This program is made possible through a continued partnership with the Middle Alabama Area Agency on Aging and is a national community service initiative which is intended to reduce the digital divide among older adults.


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Home Gardening Information Available

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  • Free Soil Sample Boxes available at the St. Clair County Extension Office. Cost to have analyzed is $7/per sample.
  • Master Gardener/Horticulture Hotline #1-877-252-4769 Call toll-free, choose menu #5 for our area. Available Monday-Thursday, beginning April 4th, from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
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  • Contact an Expert. Regional Extension Agents Charles Pinkston and Sallie Lee are available to answer your home horticulture, home garden, and home pest management questions. They can be reached by phone at (205) 338-9416 or by email.
  • Free publications available at the St. Clair County Extension office, located on the lower level of the St. Clair County Courthouse in Pell City, and on this website. Just click the Publications link at the top of this page and type in what you are searching for.



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Extension Offers FREE Newsletter Subscribe today to receive the Extension Newsletter, a FREE bi-monthly newsletter published by the Alabama Cooperative Extension System's St. Clair County office. It contains timely, research-based information on issues directly related to St. Clair County families. Information about Extension program events and activities is also included. To be placed on our newsletter mailing list, please call the St. Clair County Extension office at (205) 338-9416 or email your name and address to County Extension Coordinator, Lee Ann Clark. The newsletter is also available electronically. Click here to see current and past issues.

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About St. Clair County

St. Clair County was created in November of 1818 by the Alabama Territorial Legislature. It was named for General Arthur St. Clair who came to America from Scotland as an ensign in the British Navy. The county seat was incorporated and given the name Ashville, to honor John Ash. In 1836, a portion of St. Clair County was divided to establish Cherokee and DeKalb counties. After the Civil War in 1866, a northeast section of the county was used to create Etowah County.

Current population is 83,593 with 88.2 percent white, 8.6 percent black, and 2.1 percent hispanic and other. The county has twenty-five educational outlets which include eleven elementary schools, seven middle schools, seven high schools, and one community college.

Beef cattle, hay, tomatoes, poultry and sod are major agricultural crops. Major industries include Avondale Mills and Chandler Mountain tomato fields.

The county has two courthouses, two interstate highways, two hydroelectric dams, and two large recreation lakes that draw tourists to the area. Other tourist attractions include the John Looney Pioneer House Museum, Horsepens 40 Historic Outdoor Nature Park, Homestead Hollow Country Fair & Arts Festival, White's Mountain Bluegrass Festival, and Alabama International Dragway.

The St. Clair County office houses Synithia Flowers, Regional Extension Agent; Henry Dorough, Regional Extension Agent; Chris Thomas, 4-H Agent Assistant; Aisha Martin, Urban Nutrition Education Program Agent Assistant; Annie Tyree, Administrative Assistant and Lee Ann Clark, County Extension Coordinator.

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