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Chefs show off 'on the Lawn'

(J. D. Sumner, DCSS) (J. D. Sumner, DCSS)
(J. D. Sumner, DCSS) (J. D. Sumner, DCSS)
(J. D. Sumner, DCSS) (J. D. Sumner, DCSS)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Some Albany residents got more information on how to stay healthy today as they tried out some tasty meals.

Albany Mayor Dorothy Hubbard and the Dougherty County School System sponsor the "Chefs on the Lawn" each year.    

November is also Diabetes Awareness Month. 

“Most importantly reduce screen time, the life style change which consists of movement. You can reduce the chronic illnesses that you have in the community," says Blaine Allen, School Nutrition Director.

They also did diabetes screenings, blood pressure checks, and exercise demonstrations
 

The event participants are:

Dougherty County School System                                                 
Albany Technical College Culinary
Albany Recreation & Parks     
Flowers Bakery
Westover High Culinary                                                                     
Borden’s Milk
Phoebe Putney Network Of Trust                                                                 
ACC Distributors
University of Georgia Extension Agency                                    
World Vision Ministry
Albany Technical College                                                                                   
Dougherty County Health Dept.
Southwest Georgia Community Project                                     
Mark’s Melon Patch
Healthy Living Farms                                                                              
Farmer Fredo

For information, call (229) 431-1818   

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