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Advanced Strong Bones Training 8/12/15

HURRY, HURRY, HAVE YOU REGISTERED FOR THE ADVANCED/BOOSTER STRONG WOMEN TRAINING?  IF NOT, TIME IS RUNNING OUT! There is still time to register for the Advanced Strong Bones Training.  Registration Sheet: Advanced Strong Bones Flyer 2015 fillable  REGISTRATION IS DUE BY JULY 29, 2015. For those interested, you need to have completed the initial StrongWomen […]


Planning for Back-to-School Shopping

UW-Extension offers tips to help stretch your budget – With fall just around the corner, school supply lists are starting to appear in stores among the rows of bright colored folders, notebooks, pens and pencils. According to the National Retail Federation, the average family plans to spend around $630 this fall. School supplies account for […]


STRONG WOMEN 9/23 Registration

The site for the September 23rd training has been set!  We will be at the Sheraton Madison Hotel, 706 John Nolen Drive, Madison, WI  53713. Room Rate is $149.  The phone number to the hotel is 608-251-2300.  There are only 10 rooms on hold and the release date is 8/23/15.  You may still register either […]


Program for Childcare Center Staff

UW-Extension has created a new program for continuing education credits for childcare center staff. It’s called Little Steps BIG Changes and addresses both nutrition and physical activity, as well as policy development. Click to view our flyer and brochure for more information!                                           […]


When and How to Teach Kids About Money

  Taking small steps can help children become financially smarter adults. Young children often have trouble understanding why they can’t have every toy or piece of candy they see at the store. But by around age 10, kids begin to comprehend that money is a limited resource. “The ages of 10 to 12 are an […]

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Adolescent Body Odor Ripe for Discussion

Have you ever walked into a youth locker room or a sporting event and thought you might be in danger of passing out from the smell? Or, while on car pool duty had one of the boys take his shoes off in the back seat only to immediately bring tears to your eyes? If you […]