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UNL Extension in Lancaster County

Nutrition Education Program (NEP)

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Baby's First Year of Life

Programs are available throughout Nebraska to help meet the needs of families and children


Abc
a 3-part Series that can Change Your Life


ABC's of Good HealthThere is no cost to attend! The "ABC's for Good Health" series is aimed at limited to moderate income women. Register 1 week prior to the first session.

  • Pedometer and Inspiration to Stay Fit
  • A notebook with practical nutrition information
  • New recipes and food preparation ideas
  • A cookbook (valued at $15) after Completing the Series

2008 Dates:


  • April 15 & 22, 6 - 8:30 p.m.
  • June 4 & 11, 6 - 8:30 p.m.

Sessions are held at the Lancaster Extension Education Center, 444 Cherrycreek Road, Lincoln, Nebraska - MAP/DIRECTIONS

Learn how to:
  • Increase Your Physical Activity with a Personalized Walking Program
  • Use MyPyramid to Guide Your Food Choices
  • Balance the Foods You Need and Enjoy

If you are a Nutrition Education Program (NEP) participant or a woman with a limited to moderate income, contact:

Mardel Meinke
402-441-7180
Nutrition Education Program, UNL Extension in Lancaster County
Web site

If you are a "Every Woman Matters" participant, contact:

Leigh Petersen-Varner
402-663-1988
Lifestyle Interventionist, Southeastern Region, Every Woman Matters
1080 County Road R, Malmo, NE 58040
Web site

Funded in part by USDA's Food Stamp Program and EFNEP. The Food Stamp Program provides nutrition assistance to people with low income. It can help you buy nutritious foods for a better diet. To find out more, contact 1-800-430-3244


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