In October, the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program will celebrate another year in Hall County.
If you're tired of sitting around with nothing to do, there's a way to get active and get some exercise.
Sometimes on school days, there is a bit of a lull between arriving home and study time.
Intertwined with memories of my grandfather's garden are recollections of my grandmother canning every summer.
Displays of pencils, markers, crayons, notebooks and other school supplies are filling up the seasonal aisles at area stores.
My maternal grandfather would have celebrated his 94th birthday today. He's been gone for 2 1/2 years.
If you're like me, you're wondering: How did May get here so fast?
Grilling season is picking up the pace. The warmer weather means more cookouts and picnics.
Baseball, picnics and other springtime activities offer a chance to incorporate healthy snacks into your family's weekly routine.
Depending on the weather, you may have some children at home during the daytime this week.
It's much too early to give up on your health and fitness goals.
Great snacks are key players in college football bowl game parties and New Year's celebrations. Therefore, choose various items for the feast.
You can weave health and fitness into your holiday routine.
The Thanksgiving dinner countdown clock has reached less than 10 days.
If you're concerned about adding holiday pounds during the next eight weeks, don't worry. UGA Extension's Zero Weight Gain Holiday Challenge offers tips and ideas to fit into your daily routine.
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