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4-H Healthy Club Challenge

This webinar is part of the University of Idaho 4-H Youth Development's Professional Development From Your Desk Virtual Conference.  There will be 8 sessions the week of January 26-30, 2015These webinars are open to anyone to participate in.

Presenter:  Maureen Toomey, University of Idaho Extension Program Specialist; Barb Abo, University of Idaho Extension Educator

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The 4-H Healthy Club Challenge is to provide one avenue of introducing healthy habits into the lives of youth. The Challenge is a way for 4-H to promote healthy living at each club meeting by conducting short lessons/activities and to provide healthy snack and drink options for their members. This workshop will outline how to set up the Healthy Club Challenge in your county.



Depth of Knowledge:  Introductory

This webinar is being sponsored by the University of Idaho Extension 4-H Youth Development program.  If you would like a complete list of workshops available, please contact Carrie Stark at cstark@uidaho.edu or 208-885-2156.

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