What folks are saying...
Thank you so much for the wonderful "Foodplay" event at our school, Mehoopany Elementary on Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2013. The children were engaged, entertained and definitely learned a lot about food and nutrition. Please keep up these types of programs for our schools because they are needed and ENJOYED by all! -- Wendy Morris, 3rd grade teacher Mehoopany Elementary
On behalf of the Elk Lake School District, I would like to thank you for your support of the Rachel's Challenge Program. We value your assistance and contribution to improve our school community. The students sincerely benefitted from the positive message that was conveyed during the presentation. -- Brian Mallery, Principal of Elk Lake School District
Thank you to the Wyoming County Community Health Foundation for sponsoring Rachel's Challenge at the Wyalusing Valley Elementary School. Our students benefitted from having this program! -- Mike Wells, Principal at Wyalusing Valley Elementary
The FoodPlay production was FANTASTIC!! It was funny, entertaining, and of course educational. I liked the tips that they taught the children to help them remember the "GO" foods and the "Whoa" foods. That was clever. It was also audience interactive and that always helps to keep the children focused. The actors did a great job as well as the sound person. The boys and girls liked the sound effects. Thank you for bringing this program to Roslund. The T-shirts and the bags were a hit. My children asked me several times if they could keep their T-shirts. They appreciated them. It was also really nice to see a sea of green in the auditorium. I think the actors noticed too. -- Suzanne Young, 3rd grade teacher at Roslund Elementary
Coach and athlete juggling duo teaching the students the proper food needed to live a healthy lifestyle.
Come and win some amazing raffle items at our kick off event at this year's Founder's Day in Tunkhannock!
What a year it has been!
Recent Grant Awards
AllOne Charities - For their programmatic partnership with NTIEC on Healthcare Careers for Disadvantaged Youth Initiative.
Bradford Wyoming County Literacy Program - For their Health Literacy for Adult Education Learners Program.
Wyoming County Cultural Center - For their collaboration project with Wyoming County CARES in treating substance use and mental disorders.
Ronald McDonald House - For their Family Room Program.
H.A.N.D.S. of Wyoming County - For their summer FANS Camp.
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