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Learn about Proper Nutrition for the Whole Family

Nutrition education for the whole family.
Parents and community members are invited to get tips on proper nutrition for the whole family from Zufall, SnapEd Nutrition Educator Lauren Sprich at a virtual meeting of the Project Sussex Kids General Council, Wednesday, January 13th, at 10:00 a.m. via Zoom.  Participants will also receive an update on Project Sussex Kids activities.  The meeting is free and open to the public; interested participants are invited to call Project Self-Sufficiency at 973-940-3500 for log-in details.

Project Sussex Kids, the Sussex County Council for Young Children, has been designed by the New Jersey Departme
nt of Children & Families to address the needs of local families who are expecting or who are parenting young children.  County Councils for Young Children have been established in all 21 New Jersey counties to bring together parents, caregivers, as well as health, education, and social service professionals to enhance communication, coordination, and collaboration of services. 
Additional information is available at www.projectsussexkids.org.

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