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Healthy Road Trip Snacks
Fresh fruit such as apples, bananas, and little mandarins are go-to’s-they are fresh & easy to pack. Make sure that you have a bag to throw away the peels and cores. Make your own trail mix with whole grain cereal, unsweetened dried fruit, n (More)
Insurance Resource for Kansans
The Kansas Insurance Department can assist those who need insurance information. The Consumer Assistance Hotline number is 1-800-432-2484. There is also a Live Chat feature available at www.ksinsurance.org fro (More)
How do I Keep Motivated After Walk Kansas?
Now that the dates for the 8-week Health initiative, Walk Kansas, have come and gone, we are going to continue to move! Just because the program is through doesn’t mean you have to stop being active. Remember how great you felt after eating more frui (More)
Tips to Avoid Getting Scammed
If you spot a scam it is important to report it to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). By filing a complaint, you can help the FTC’s investigators identify scammers and stop them before they can get someone’s identity and hard-earned money. Call the (More)
Mold, Moisture and Your Home
A Brief Guide to Mold, Moisture, and Your Home is a guide provided by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The guide provides information and guidance for homeowners and renters on how to clean up residential mold problems and how to prevent mo (More)
School’s Out… Let your Child’s Learning Continue!
School may be out for the summer, but that doesn’t mean your child’s growth and development is taking a break. Libraries across the Post Rock District are hosting many summer reading programs and activities. Visit your library and get involved today! (More)
International Picnic Day, June 18th
Grab your family and go on a picnic today!  Plan ahead to keep hot foods hot and cold foods cold while you are out! Harmful bacteria grows at temperatures between 40°-140°F, especially at temperatures above 90°F. Chill foods in the refrigerator (More)
Summer Gardening Series
A “Lunch and Learn” series will be hosted throughout the Post Rock District this summer. Participants are invited to bring a sack lunch and eat while learning about the basics of horticulture and gardening. All sessions will be from 12:10-12:40p.m. C (More)
Celebrate Summer with a Picnic!
International Picnic Day is June 18! It’s that time of (More)
Food Preservation Classes in June
Food preservation classes are now scheduled for the following dates/locations: June 10—Centralia, contact Cindy Williams, csw@ksu.edu, 785-863-2212 OR Susie Latta, slatta@ksu.edu (More)
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