MAKE YOUR LIFE SWEET NOT YOUR DRINK
Choose water first to quench your thirst. Avoid sugary drinks, like energy drinks, sweetened tea and coffee and soda. Advocate for healthy drink options, like clean drinking water, to be available in public places. Part of the American Heart Association’s ...
LET’S CELEBRATE NATIONAL NUTRITION MONTH
Join Extension Educator and Registered Dietitian Jenny Lobb to celebrate National Nutrition month! A cooking demonstration and tasting will be included in this class. WHEN: Tuesday, March 28, 2023, 2PM- 3PM WHERE: Mount Carmel Healthy Living Center, 777 ...
EATING SMART WITH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Join Jenny Lobb, Family and Consumer Sciences Educator, for an informative session on eating smart. Eating 2 to 2½ cups (4 to 5 servings) each of fruits and vegetables every day as part of an overallhealthy diet pattern may reduce your risk for cardiovasc ...
Tai Chi for Beginners
Join us for a Tai Chi for Beginners series. Tai Chi has the following benefits: Decrease Arthritis Pain and Helps Prevent Falls Increased Flexibility Can be Done Seated or Standing Improve Physical and Mental Balance WHEN: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 2:3 ...
Preparing for Animal Welfare Audits and Assessments
4-H Camp Opportunities
Hancock County Jr Camp Hancock County has provided an outstanding Jr Camp (for youth ages 8-14) for MANY years! The 2023 camp dates are June 25-29. Camp Counselor Applications Camp Information Letter Registration and Health Forms (required) Bus Reservati ...
Applications and Forms
A one-stop source for 4-H members to retrieve application or registration forms. Miscellaneous Forms ENROLL online at http://oh.4honline.com after November 1. For more help click here - Due by April 1 State 4-H Policy and Form for Across County Membershi ...
Selling Eggs in Ohio: Marketing and Regulations
Green Thumb Prints Newsletter
Monthly newsletter of the Hancock County Master Gardener Volunteers. MGV Nick Moore serves as editor. 2023 January April July October February May August November March June September December 2022 January April July October February May August November ...
Ross County’s Forest Economy