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  1. Ansonia Local Schools and OSU Extension to host drive-thru food distribution

    May. 11, 2020

    ANSONIA, OH -- Shared Harvest Foodbank, in partnership with the Ohio Army National Guard and Ohio Reserves, will host a “drive-thru” food distribution at Ansonia Local Schools, May 20th.

  2. Shared Harvest Foodbank takes food directly to the people

    Apr. 16, 2020

    Event: Food Distribution Date: Wednesday, April 22, 2020 Time: 4:30 PM - 7:30 PM Location: Ansonia Local Schools, 600 East Canal St., Ansonia, OH 

    DARKE COUNTY, OH -- Shared Harvest Foodbank, in partnership with the Ohio Army National Guard and Ohio Reserves, will host a “drive-thru” food distribution at Ansonia Local Schools, April 22.

  3. Do you have a financial question? Ohio State Extension can help.

    Apr. 07, 2020

    Darke County, OHIO - If you have a financial question, you’re not alone! OSU Extension Family and Consumer Sciences Healthy Finances professionals are sensitive to the economic challenges families and their communities are facing during the COVID-19 pandemic. For some, the loss of jobs has greatly affected families and their communities. For others, it is declining health along with inadequate health insurance coverage that puts their economic well-being and quality of life at risk. Whatever the situation, we are here to help.

  4. Sign up for the Live Healthy Live Well Email Challenge

    Apr. 01, 2020

    Join the Spring 2020 Email Challenge It’s All About Time Challenge Dates: April 6 – May 18, 2020  

    Two weekly e-mails will be sent directly to you from your local OSU Extension Family and Consumer Sciences Professional.

    Messages are All About Time:

  5. COVID-19 Guidance for Older Adults – CDC and Prevention

    Mar. 31, 2020

    By: Dr. Roseanne Scammahorn, OSU Extension Family and Consumer Sciences Educator

  6. Ohio Department of Health call center is ready to answer your questions about COVID-19

    Mar. 13, 2020

    From The Ohio Department of Health: https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/ Retrieved March 13, 2020, 13:00

     

    Ohio Department of Health call center is ready to answer your questions about COVID-19

    1-833-4-ASK-ODH

    Staffed from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. each day

    https://coronavirus.ohio.gov

  7. MINDFUL FOUNDATIONS

    Feb. 17, 2020

    The Mindful Wellness program is designed to equip adults with practice and skills to strengthen the mind and body connection and promote holistic health and wellness across the life span.

    Join us for Lesson Two – Mindful Foundations to gain a deeper understanding of the mind-body connection.

    Location: The Brick Room at the Brethren Retirement Community, 750 Chestnut St, Greenville

    Cost: FREE

  8. Cooking Under Pressure

    Feb. 17, 2020

    Have you heard the hype about the instant pot, the new trend in cooking?  Are you interested in learning more about how to use your instant pot?  Are you curious about how they work and if they are worth purchasing?  This class is for you.

    Dr. Roseanne Scammahorn, FCS Educator for Ohio State University Extension, Darke County, will be hosting an introduction to Electronic Programmable Pressure Cookers class on Tuesday, March 10 from 1:30 – 2:30 PM.   The class will be held at Arcanum Public Library, 101 West North St., Arcanum. 

  9. How to Save Money with STABLE Accounts.

    Feb. 17, 2020

    Join OSU Extension, Darke County, on Tuesday, February 25th at 1:00 PM at the Learning Center, 603 Wagner Ave., Greenville, to learn more about STABLE Accounts. Mr. Douglas Jackson, Deputy Director of STABLE Accounts will be here to share how individuals with disabilities can now save and invest without losing government benefits such as Medicaid, SSDI, or SSI. At the one-hour program, you will also learn what is a STABLE Account? How can this help me or my family member? What are the benefits of a STABLE Account?

  10. Join Darke County 4-H!

    Oct. 16, 2019

    The April 1st deadline to join Darke County 4-H is rapidly approaching!  4-H is Ohio State University Extension’s non-formal, educational program for youth.  Ohio 4-H membership is based on a child's age and grade as of January 1 of the current project year.  Eligibility for Cloverbud participation begins when a child is enrolled in Kindergarten and is five years old.  Eligibility for participation in 4-H projects and competitive events begins when a child is age 8 and in the 3rd grade. Any youth age 9 or above is eligible for project membership, regardless of grade level.

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