The family and community health program in Marion County serves the broad community primarily through partnerships with other health professionals and agencies where OSU Extension faculty and volunteers serve as advisors and educators. A variety of programs result, from health and fitness, walking, nutrition, food preparation/preservation and more. Features Extension faculty Tonya Johnson, SNAP-Ed Coordinator Carly Kristofik and community partners.
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