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Free Nutrition Classes At The YMCA

FREE FOOD!
FREE RECIPES!
FREE GADGETS!
FUN!
LEARN HOW TO EAT HEALTHY WHILE HAVING FUN.
COMING TO THE GRANT COUNTY YMCA
Class will be Thursdays at 11:30am
(Sept. 30, Oct. 7, 14, 21)
Please contact Cameron if you are interested:
765-664-0544 or cameronb@grantcountyymca.org.
Make A Nutritious Budget Friendly Recipe Weekly
COME, EAT AND HAVE FUN!
Class lead by Grant County NEAP, Jane Hemmick (jhemmick@purdue.edu)

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