St. Luke Church of Christ, Princeville April 13, 2017 Yvonne Murphy, Program Associate with the NC Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) partnered with St. Luke Church of Christ in Princeville to carry out a vibrant Faithful Families program in partnership with the wellness committee at the church. Through this curriculum, participants are challenged… Read more »
Join us for a webinar on Mar 02, 2017 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM EST.
Have you ever had a bike tire go flat with no quick and easy way to repair it? Wouldn’t it be great to have a bike repair station readily available and accessible in your community? We have a solution. The NC Division of Public Health and NC Cooperative Extension are partnering to provide Bike… Read more »
If you missed a previous Faithful Families Webinar and want to catch up, here’s your opportunity! Previous webinar recordings are now available for your viewing pleasure! Click the links below to access and download past recordings. Check back here regularly to view webinars as they are added to this post.
On a quarterly basis, the Faithful Families team hosts a series of webinars on topics that relate to your work with Faithful Families. Faithful Families webinars are provided for anyone who is implementing the Faithful Families program, to enhance their learning and expand their programming reach. Be sure to mark your calendars and register for… Read more »
On September 8th the NC Division of Public Health and Extension at NC State University held the 2016 Faithful Families Summit, at the Crabtree Marriot in Raleigh, North Carolina. Nearly 200 North Carolina and national Faithful Families partners met that day with a shared goal of creating lasting changes to support healthy eating and physical… Read more »
Guest Writer: Hannah Field Today is National Empanada Day! Empanadas are widely found in Central and South America. They are pockets of dough stuffed with meats, veggies, beans, cheeses, and sometimes eggs and raisins! You can even make dessert empanadas with a variety of fillings. The name comes from the Spanish verb “empanar,” meaning… Read more »