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Kathy Burr teaches students about serving sizes in common breakfast cereals at the Healthy Habits day last week. (Johnson Publications photo)

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Nancy Frecks shows students different options for healthy snacks at the Healthy Habits day last week. (Johnson Publications photo)

CCS students learn ‘Healthy Habits’

    Fifth and sixth graders at Chase County Schools (CCS)attended a Healthy Habits workshop sponsored by the UNL Extension office.
    On Jan. 30, students attended sessions at the new expo building at the Chase County Fairgrounds from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
    “I think it was really successful,” Unit Leader, 4-H/Youth Extension Educator Debbie Kuenning said.
    “They learned different parts of physical fitness and nutrition,” Kuenning said.

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