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The Hartford CourantThe goal for Monday's lesson was to teach the third- through fifth-grade students about healthy eating, but their English for Speakers of Other Languages teacher was happy with some of the other benefits. The students sat around a long table in the...
The town is to host a free seminar for parents titled, "Healthy Eating on a Budget," on Thursday. The event is scheduled for 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the East Side Neighborhood Resource Center, 153 Spruce St. University of Connecticut nutritionist Krissy...
A Pathway to Wellness — this year’s theme for May is Mental Health Month — calls attention to strategies and approaches that help all Americans achieve wellness and good mental health and overall health. “Wellness is essential to...
Kim Strong was 41 and seemed like the picture of health. She had a muscular and athletic build, low blood pressure, low cholesterol and a healthy diet. In her first four decades of life, she'd never had any serious medical issues. Then, one day last...
In a press release, The Hampton Health Department announced the opening of its second WIC clinic at 1206 N. King St., "creating a location more convenient for Hampton residents in the eastern part of the city, including Langley Air Force Base. The...
READER SUBMITTED: Whole Foods' Customers Support Elizabeth Park Conservancy And Summer Concert SeriesWest HartfordWhole Foods Market and their customers supported Elizabeth Park Conservancy with proceeds from their Community Support Day held in April at the store's two West Hartford locations. A portion of the day's sales, over $8,400, was donated to the Conservancy....
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Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefSome Bedford County students are growing food to feed themselves and their neighbors. Huddleston Elementary School is starting a community garden. Agriculture students from Staunton River High School were on hand Friday morning to help second graders...
Daniel and friends Hananiah, Mishael and Azariah were Jewish captives in Babylon, specially chosen for a three-year leadership training program to serve in the king's palace. Their names and their diets were changed to honor Babylonian gods. But the...
email@example.comThe 24-hour Washington County Gives online fundraiser which ended at midnight Thursday raised $161,378 for four dozen county nonprofit organizations. The amount came from 1,564 contributions from 1,021 unique donors, according to tallies at...
READER SUBMITTED: Norwich Public Schools Awarded Grant To Bring More Locally Grown Produce In SchoolsNorwichNorwich Public Schools has been awarded a grant by the state of Connecticut in a recent announcement by Governor Dannel Malloy and Department of Agriculture Commissioner Steven K. Reviczky, to bring more locally grown produce to its district. The $49,...
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South Bend Tribune CorrespondentOSCEOLA -- Steve Richards learned his carpentry skills from his father. After he lost his father to cancer, he wanted to honor him through woodworking. Steve created a “Tree of Life” from different types of wood that will be displayed at...
firstname.lastname@example.orgRecycling is a lot more than just a colored can full of paper and plastic at the curb. Visitors to the fifth annual Boonsboro Green Fest on Saturday at Shafer Memorial Park found no less than 25 recycling options in the parking lot before they even...
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