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Ben Treat <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 23 Oct 2020 14:51:37 -0400
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Possibly statewide -- UMaine Coop Extension has a nutrition program ( and family/parenting
programming (

In this area, Penquis is also a good option, I think. So much of their
funding is from grants for specific programs, so sometimes I don't know
exactly what they have to offer because their programming has to be renamed
and redesigned to match the grant opportunities they are drawing on. I know
they view libraries as a good place to connect with families.  I know they
have a variety of different kinds of parenting classes. In other parts of
the state, there are other similar Community Action Agency organizations, I

Ben Treat
Director, Bangor Public Library
145 Harlow St, Bangor, ME 04401
Direct to me: 207-922-6064
Library's main line: 207-947-8336
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On Fri, Oct 23, 2020 at 1:56 PM Darren French <[log in to unmask]>

> Hi all,
> We've had several home school families voice interest in food and
> nutrition programming, and I'm thinking about offering a series for them
> sometime in the coming months. Does anyone know of any good
> presenters/resources for food and nutrition programming for late elementary
> school and middle school?
> Thanks!
> Darren French
> Library Director
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> Brewer Public Library
> 100 South Main Street
> Brewer, Maine 04412