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Eat Healthy ● Be Active Community Workshops Webinar: Making the Workshop Series a Hit in Your Community


Amber L. Mosher, MPH, RD
Prevention Science Fellow
Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion


Katrina L. Butner, PhD, RD, ACSM, CES
Physical Activity and Nutrition Advisor
Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion

Sarah D. Burkett, M.A.T., C.F.C.S.
Senior Extension Agent
Family and Consumer Sciences
Virginia Cooperative Extension

This webinar will provide:
-Tips on how you can use the workshops to motivate individuals in your community to eat healthier and engage in regular physical activity
- Firsthand experiences from one pilot site instructor who shares ways she made the workshops a success in her community
- Ideas for planning a successful workshop series, improving attendance, and boosting group participation

Presented by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (HHS-ODPHP).

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