Watch for my Nutrition Program Displays
to be out and about town this year.
Recent Events:

Fleming County Farm Supply Display May 12, 2018  
DCBS Cucumber Corn Beans Salad  May 9, 2018   
Save-A-Lot Food Demo Portion Distortion March 11, 2018   

SNAP-Ed Programs

Help persons eligible for Food Benefit Program to:

·        Make healthy food choices within a limited budget

·        Choose a physically active lifestyle

·        Achieve & maintain good health

·        Avoid running out of food

·        Prepare & store food safely 

Snap-Ed Kentucky profile for 2016

Kentucky Proud Produce Availability Guide

I participate in and/or lead many Extension Area Programs, including:

·        Senior Citizens Program

·        Preschool through 3rd Grade Classes (Ewing and Hillsboro)

·        Healthy Divas Program

·        Active 4-H Volunteer

·        4-H Programs

·        Cooking Classes

·        Speciality Classes - i.e., Diabetes, Gardening, etc.

·        Save-A-Lot In-Store - Food Safety and Recipe Demonstration

·        Southern States Farm Kids Safety Day - Food Safety Demonstrations

·        Hinton Mills Farm Days - Food Safety Demonstrations

Healthy Divas

Fleming County children are selected to participate in this after school activity that is held just for girls by the School they attend. The Fleming County Extension Service along with the University of KY and the Fleming County Schools has planned this program that involves young girls from the 5th and 6th grade. This program focuses on physical activity, self esteem, and proper nutrition. I am the contact person for this program. 
  The "Healthy Divaz" program is the name chosen by the girls participating during the first year. This program is held for 16 weeks, every Thursday afternoon at Ewing Elementary School. The girls who participated must be picked up by their parent or guardian at the school.  During the 16 weeks, we focus on different activities, but always included a short exercise time and some nutrition information. Some of the topics chosen included: journaling, food safety, skin and nail care, calcium in the body, jewelry design, accepting and loving your body, fun with yoga, and more.   With the program supervisor, Donna Fryman, I assist the children in these sessions. Guest presenters from the University of KY, as well as community leaders were included. We held these fun activities for the children to participate in during the school year.
   This is a “girl’s – only” type club and we want the girls to take ownership, and we hope to help them grow and learn as they develop into their young adulthood. There was no charge for the child to participate. Of course, if you have any questions at all, please call Barb or Donna Fryman at anytime. We can be reached at 845-4641.  

SNAP-Ed Barbara Campbell

Please contact Barbara Campbell, Fleming County SNAP-Ed Assistant
at 845-4641or by e-mail at 

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