Illinois Nutrition Education Program
The healthy choice isn't always the easy choice, especially on a limited budget. Illinois Nutrition Education Programs (INEP) staff provide practical tips to help low-income families prepare safe and healthy meals while staying active every day!
June 2, 2012
from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
|Where||Belleville Main Library Meeting Room|
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Ana Maritza Lemke, Community SNAP-ED Worker with the University of Illinois Extension, will be here at the Belleville Public Library for the next in a series of classes Saturday, June 2nd at 2 p.m. Attendance at the previous class is not required! These nutrition education and cooking skills classes are free and open to parents and children as well as individuals. Reserve a space in these classes by registering at the Reference desk on the second floor, or call 234-0441.
Illinois Nutrition Education Programs (INEP) are funded by the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP-ed) and the Expanded FOod and Nutrition Program (EFNEP) of the USDA. WOrking with national, state, and local partners, INEP provides basic nutrition, food safety, and food budgeting education to limited-resource audiences.