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GPA Extension FCS Programs and Resources
Colorado State University Extension, Family and Consumer Science Agents of northeast Colorado have historically partnered with local entities to join in the fight against Diabetes. Now, with the help of technology these educational opportunities are not just limited to the northeast area of Colorado, but across the whole state and nationally with the implementation of a Diabetes Webinar Series. Doctors, professors, Diabetes educators and other healthcare professionals are able to share their expertise about diagnosis of, treatment of and management of Diabetes. All webinars are recorded, archived and links posted for viewing anytime.
Click here for the 2021 ServSafe schedule of classes.
Click here for a detailed brochure and registration information for our April 20, 2021 Food Handlers’ Training.
Click here for a detailed brochure and registration information for our June 17, 2021 Food Managers’ Training.
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Financial, mental, physical, emotional and relational health are key components of well-being. Stable and successful individuals, families, and communities are important to the growth, development and health of our society. When people are in a state of financial and relational wellness, they are in control, confident and focused. They have greater balance and stability so they can concentrate on the most important tasks at hand such a weathering difficulties and making progress toward their goals. Family and financial stability education creates strong communities.
GPA Family and Consumer Science Agents will be partnering with local banks to provide information for families to develop savings plans. The America Saves web site is https://americasaves.org The following links provide more information you can work with now.
Annie’s Project Events in Colorado
In January, Annie’s Project programs will be offered in Yuma and Washington Counties. The Yuma class will be held at the new Northeastern Junior College campus in the old hospital building on Tuesdays from 6-9 p.m. beginning January 21st. The Akron class will run on Wednesday evenings in the Courthouse Annex from 6-9 p.m. beginning January 22nd. Both classes will run through the end of February.
With generous support from Risk Management Association and local sponsors – Premier Farm Credit, Bank of Colorado, TBK Bank and Farmers State Bank, this 18-hour course is very affordable. The cost for the course is $60 per person, which includes a workbook and support materials for all sessions. A light supper will be served before each class at 5:45 p.m. Course size is limited to 20 participants, so please register soon.
For more information about the program contact Gisele Jefferson, 970-345-2287 or Emily Mollohan at 970-521-6762. This educational program is made available through Colorado State University Extension partnering with Northeastern Junior College.
Click here to register for Strengthening Families through Eventbrite.
Senior Access Points
Senior Access Points needs feedback from Colorado residents. Colorado State University Extension is building a website to help Coloradans access aging-related information and supports in their communities. Click HERE for the press release.
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