Adult Series in Campbell County
All classes are currently held at the Campbell County Extension Office/George Amos Memorial Building (412 S Gillette Avenue, Gillette)
- Tuesday mornings at 10:00 AM
- January 8-February 26, 2019
- Thursday afternoons at 2:00 PM
- January 10-February 28, 2019
- Tuesday evenings at 5:15 PM
- February 19-April 9, 2019
Helping Families Eat Better for Less
The Cent$ible Nutrition Program (CNP) is a state-wide cooking and nutrition education program. It is funded by the USDA through two grants, the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program-Education (SNAP-Ed).
The goal of CNP is to help families and individuals eat better for less. It follows the USDA MyPlate and the Dietary Guidelines for Americans. CNP is free to families and individuals who income qualify.
CNP is part of the University of Wyoming Extension and the University of Wyoming Family and Consumer Sciences Department.
Join and learn secrets to:
1. Invest your food dollars in the best nutrition choices
2. Stretch your food dollar to last the whole month
3. Choose foods lower in fat and cholesterol
4. Prepare low-cost meat dishes in tender, delicious ways
5. Recognize advertising techniques that encourage you to spend more
6. Increase calcium intake by including more calcium-rich foods in your diet
7. Plan meals your family will enjoy
8. Alter recipes so they are lower in fat, sugar, and sodium
9. Protect your family from food borne illnesses
10. Save time, energy, and make new friends!
A series of lessons are available to participants. Those completing the lessons receive a diet analysis, a Cent$ible Nutrition Program Cookbook, cooking utensils, a grocery shopping list, and more.
For more information about the program, please contact Beth at Campbell County Extension, (307) 682-7281 or visit the Cent$ible Nutrition Program website.
The healthy choice should be the easy choice – for ALL families. Statewide, the Cent$ible Nutrition Program is seeking out new opportunities to promote policy, system, and environmental changes in the community. We hope these changes will increase access to healthy foods and physical activity for everyone.
Beth is a member of the Inter-agency Coordinating Council, which is a coordination of all services that support low-income families, in particular supporting their children and youth. Currently, she is also partnering with the Gillette Saturday Farmer’s Market and the Council for Community Services to start a Free Little Pantry Project in Gillette. Five pantries were placed this summer around Gillette, where they will be available for anyone to use at any time. Read more on CNP’s Community Engagement & Outreach Page.
If you are interested in working together to promote healthy change in the Campbell County community, please contact the Beth!