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Post Rock District

Building Strong Families

 

 2019

MAY

Business with Babysitter

 

 

Business with the Babysitter

Take time to discuss valuable information face-to-face with your babysitter. Leave a written document outlining the information for reference while you are out.

 

APRIL

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Cutting Food Waste

Shop your refrigerator first! Cook or eat what you already have at home before buying more.

 

 MARCH

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Be a S.T.A.R Decision-Maker

Taking care of yourself makes it easier to care, share and connect with your family and friends.

 

FEBRUARY 

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Healthful Whole Grains

There are many kinds of whole grains: whole wheat, oats, cornmeal, popcorn, barley, brown rice, and others. Whole grains provide energy for daily activities and reduce the risk of developing many major diseases such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and certain types of cancers.

 

JANUARY 

 Improve Wellness 

Improve Your Wellness in 2019

“Wellness is an active process through which people become aware of, and make choices toward, a more successful existence.” - National Wellness Institute

 
 2018

December

The Power Of Sleep

November

Connect

October

Shake The Salt Habit

September

Focused Breathing

rhoades

Nora Rhoades
Family & Youth Development Agent
Post Rock District - Osborne Office
113 N. 1st Street, Osborne, KS 67473
(785) 346-2521
Email: nrhoades@ksu.edu
Twitter: @PRDfamilies

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Ashley Svaty
Nutrition, Food Safety & Health Agent
Post Rock District - Lincoln Office
P.O. Box 8, Lincoln, KS. 67455
(785) 524-4432
Email: asvaty@ksu.edu