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New this week:
Washington County Adult & Community Education is offering a CNA training beginning January 18, 2024. Classroom hours: Thursdays from 5:30p-7:30p via Zoom. Clinical/Labs: Fridays, at the Machias Veteran’s Home (Start date TBD). Background Check and Immunizations required. Tuition is Free. For more information or to sign up call/email email@example.com or 207-255-4917
Healthy Acadia is excited to offer, once again, a chance to expand our perspectives and learn together about the challenges of food insecurity via a book reading and discussion group. We are excited about the book Feeding Each Other. Our intent is to meet weekly via Zoom on Thursdays at 2 pm starting February 1 for 3-4 weeks. Here is a link to the book. Here is a link to reviews on the author’s website. We appreciate you registering for the group so that we have a sense of how many participants there will be. Please register here. Here is a resource sheet to help you find the book at various online options. You will be responsible for obtaining a copy of the book in the format that works for you. If purchasing the book presents a financial hardship, please reach out to Regina at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cobscook Experiential Programs is welcoming applications now for the second semester, which starts Monday, January 22, 2024. Students seeking a small, intentional learning community facilitated by three teachers may want to check out Cobscook as an option for the second half of the school year. Cobscook Experiential Program is a public four-year high school program delivered through a partnership with Calais High School. As a high school option, Cobscook offers Washington County teens a transformative, inspired, and unique path to a high school diploma. Those interested should apply here by the first week of January in order to start on January 22.
University of Maine Cooperative Extension will host a two-part online informational session for adults interested in becoming Maine 4-H volunteers from 6-7 p.m. on Jan. 16 and 23. “Start Your 4-H Volunteer Journey” will provide participants with information about the UMaine Extension 4-H youth development program through four short e-Learning modules. Attendees will also participate in an experimental educational activity, learn about the key aspects of positive youth development and be introduced to the ages and stages of youth. The two one-hour virtual sessions will wrap up with an outline of next steps and an introduction to a county staff contact to help with the application process if desired. The informational sessions are free, registration is required. To sign up, visit the program webpage. For more information or to request a reasonable accommodation, contact Jennifer Lobley, email@example.com; 207-255-3345.
From the Cooperative Extension Blog, Spoonful: Mainely Dish: Roasted Vegetables, by Kayla Parsons, RDN and PhD Student, University of Maine Cooperative Extension It’s hard to beat the aromatic smell of vegetables roasting, while you’re enjoying a cozy day inside during Maine’s cold winter. EFNEP’s Mainely Dish: Roasted Vegetables Recipe is an easy way to accomplish that sense of warmth, resulting in an appetizing side…. Read more.
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