Time Flies When You’re Having Fun!

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Time certainly flies when you’re having fun – especially as much fun as our summer EFNEP camp participants!

Students from pre-K to high school have been having a great time learning about the foods that we eat and how to make them. From cucumber kabobs to crepes, and from bread to bean dip, these students have learned so many different ways to prepare and enjoy healthier foods!

Each class explored the nutrients that we get from our foods, how to make healthier choices, how plants grow into the foods that we eat, and how to be more physically active each day. The classes included creating healthy recipes, as well as fun crafts and activities to go along with each lesson.

But just because summer is starting to wind down doesn’t mean that EFNEP is! All EFNEP classes are completely free to participants, so there’s no reason not to join in on the fun! We have a few more exciting classes this summer, but stay tuned for some more great classes this fall.

If you are interested in having EFNEP classes at your student’s school or a community group, please encourage your teachers and group leaders to host EFNEP classes! Classes are available for Henderson County residents, including adults, youth, and families.

For questions or to schedule an EFNEP class, please contact Betsy J. Tankersley at bjtanker@ncsu.edu or 828-697-4891.

What We Learned This Summer!

What We Learned This Summer!

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