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HEALTH & NUTRITION

 

 

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Living Well Wednesday

The Virtual Learning Series, Living Well Wednesday, hosted by K-State Research and Extension, is a series of online wellness webinars geared toward various topics. Wellness is defined broadly through this series, including topics that relate to physical, mental, financial and relationship health. The series is on the first Wednesday of the month. 

 

The March webinar is -  

 

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Or click here - Register online!  

 

Previous programs may be found at https://www.ksre.k-state.edu/fcs/livingwellwed/

 

Radon

 

Harvey County has an average radon level of 4.3 which is considered high.  Radon tests kits are available at the K-State Research & Extension office for $6.25 plus shipping.  

 

SNAP-ED provides free virtual and in-person interactive nutrition and physical activity education for youth, adults, families and seniors.

Occasionally these classes are available in the county but when they aren't available you can join in virtually on the dates below.

 

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Register at https://www.k-state.edu/ks-snaped/free-classes.html

For more information on classes call 1-855-476-2733. 

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