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Food program workshops offered

WORTHINGTON -- Providers Choice Inc. will offer a free food program workshop, "Changing the Food Landscape," for child care providers and parents in six southwest Minnesota communities.

WORTHINGTON -- Providers Choice Inc. will offer a free food program workshop, "Changing the Food Landscape," for child care providers and parents in six southwest Minnesota communities.

The workshops will be offered from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on the following dates and locations: March 29, Pizza Ranch, 206 Third St., Jackson; April 4, Law Enforcement Center, 408 S. Hiawatha Ave., Pipestone; April 11, Family Services Building, 2 Roundwind Road, Luverne; April 12, First Lutheran Church, 1200 Fourth Ave., Worthington; April 18, Law Enforcement Center, 902 Fifth Ave., Windom; April 19, Pizza Ranch, 2306 Broadway Ave., Slayton.

Food program participants will meet USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program annual training requirements by attending this session.

To register, contact Dena Berghorst, (507) 631-7135.

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