Raising Kids, Eating Right, Spending Smart

— Written By N.C. Cooperative Extension

The kids need help, dinner is late, and bills are piling up.  How can you get a handle on life?

Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) Extension Agents offer research-based, non-biased information and education in areas that are important to the quality of life for children and adults, individuals and families including:

    •  Food preparation, food safety and nutrition
    •  Financial management
    •  Healthy lifestyles
    •  Home and work environment and safety
    •  Relationships and parenting skills

Raising Kids, Eating Right, Spending Smart—that’s the focus of Living Well Week, March 11 – 17, 2007.

The National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences encourages all Americans to improve their health and well being by taking advantage of the educational opportunities offered by Cooperative Extension professionals,

Extension serves almost every county in the nation, from the biggest to the smallest. People in each county decide what Extension should do for them and guide the planning and delivery of programs.

Cooperative Extension information and education is at your fingertips on the Internet at http://learningandlivingwell.org/ and https://burke.ces.ncsu.edu/.

For Extensión en Español, the national clearinghouses for Spanish-language educational resources are operated by and for Extension on the Internet, go to http://extensionenespanol.net/index.cfm.

Eleanor Summers
Extension Agent
Family & Consumer Sciences