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Clover Dispatch February 2018

Hello 4-Hers, There are plenty of opportunities in our February newsletter including: Camp K counselor and camper applications NEW-Air Rifle Program Registration Foods Revue, Clothing Revue, and Festival of Arts registration forms YQCA (formerly MAQA) instructions – our sessions are now available for registration online at http://yqca.org/ Clover Dispatch February 2018

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Trempealeau County Food Pantries

1 in 7 Americans struggle to get enough to eat. In fact, hunger or food insecurity exists in virtually every community in the United States. Do you or someone you know need help being food secure? Check out the resources to help families access a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food: Trempealeau County Food Pantry […]

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Clover Dispatch January 2018

Hello and Happy New Year! Our January newsletter highlights a lot of great opportunities including: -4-H Night at Bruce Mound -Festival of the Arts Sign Ups -Foods Revue Signups -A load of other activities and programs, check it out! Clover Dispatch January 2018  

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Clover Dispatch November 2017

Hello Again!   This edition we have lots of good stuff including: -shooting sports enrollment -YQCA (previously MAQA) updates -A bunch of scholarships -Pictures from Clover College and the Halloween Party Clover Dispatch November 2017 Keep an eye out for a survey about best dates for Festival of the Arts and Foods Revue.

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The NEW 2017 Trempealeau County Plat Book is now available

  Trempealeau WI cover The 2017 Plat Books are now available for $30.00 at the following locations in Trempealeau County: Arcadia State Bank Alliance Bank – Osseo Centerville Coop Citizens First Bank – Trempealeau Co-op Credit Union-Galesville John O Melby Bank – Whitehall Union Bank of Blair United Bank – Osseo United Bank – Strum United […]

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Sugar Shockers!!

Check out this quarters Food $ense Newsletter for information on sugar: April-June 2017 Food $ense Newsletter Identifying Added Sugars When shopping at the grocery store, look for the Nutrition Facts Label on packaged foods to help identify added sugars. Keep in mind, the sugars listed on the Nutrition Facts label include naturally occurring sugars (like […]

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Nutrition Education Program Changes to Meet Needs of New Audiences

A successful nutrition education program is getting a new name to make it relevant and accessible to more audiences. FoodWIse is the new name of Wisconsin Nutrition Education Program (WNEP). FoodWIse, formerly known as the Wisconsin Nutrition Education Program, or WNEP, has a long legacy of providing nutrition education to Wisconsin families and individuals with […]

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Cooking with Preschoolers

Did you know that cooking together with your preschooler can start your child on the road to a lifetime of healthy eating eating? Check out the “Parenting the Preschooler” newsletters to learn more! Cocinen juntos en Espanol – Cooking with Preschoolers Spanish

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