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Back to School: farm to school programs help families who struggle financially

"What we always tend to hear from people is, 'well, we'd eat more healthy, but you know, healthy foods are expensive'," said Tammy Hanson, FoodWise Coordinator for UW-Extension. One of the sub-programs of FoodWise, aimed at youth, is called Food, Fun 

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Rescued tells the inspiring stories of dedicated organizations and heroic volunteers who saved animals and reunited them with loved ones after Hurricane Katrina. Heart-wrenching experiences and dramatic action photos open a portal into the unheralded world of animal shelters, sanctuaries, and charities that are emerging nationwide and becoming an important social movement. Chock-full of lifesaving information, this book prepares you to quickly and safely evacuate with animals in any emergency.

Seed of the Gods

Archaeological Professor Hiram May has stumbled upon a secret chamber inside a crumbling Chimú Temple in Peru. Paintings on pottery in the chamber tell the story of an expedition which may have taken their most sacred religious treasures into the mountains just before the Inca invaded and conquered them. Professor May gathers a small expedition and attempts to follow the clues on the pottery, but the Andes are vast and unexplored in the region he believes the lost town lies. Christopher Allen is an ex-cop visiting Peru with friends. A chance encounter with Professor May secures him an invitation to join the expedition. Renting an airplane for the professor, they take to the air and soon locate what could be the lost city. Wasting no time, Professor May and the expedition start the...

Back to School: farm to school programs help families who struggle financially - WSAW

That's why schools across the country are moving toward using farm-fresh foods through different programs like Farm to School. The program provides federal money to districts in all 50 states and Washington D. C. , so students can learn about and eat nutritious farm fresh foods. Those programs are so important to families who struggle financially. Studies have shown that consumers tend to associate higher costs with healthier foods. While that may hold true in some categories, experts say doing your research and learning about the foods you're buying and when to buy them, may start with the eater in your house. Rock Ridge Orchard in Edgar has participated in the Farm to School program for the past seven years and delivers bunches of delicious, juicy apples to five area school districts. Owner Julie Knetter said it helps teach kids about where food comes from. They don't just come from a store," Knetter explained. Rock Ridge Orchard has nearly 5,000 trees with 27 varieties of apples. Fresh is what they're made of. "Most of ours are pick your own, or they're used right here in our store," said Knetter. "Every week we deliver anywhere from 300 pounds to 1,000 or 2,000 pounds of apples depending on the district. The Edgar School District is just one area district that receives produce from Rock Ridge. "They have phenomenal food. The apples we get in are just fantastic," said Rebecca Larson. Larson is the Food Service Director for the Edgar School District. We've made homemade applesauce with them," Larson explained. The program is not only good to teach healthy eating habits to students, it has a good economic benefit as well. "We feel that anytime we can partner with local businesses, that that's a great partnership, just for the school and the community and the business," said Edgar School District Administrator Cari Guden. That partnership not only teaches kids district-wide about making healthy food choices, it also teaches them that eating foods that are good for you doesn't have to break the bank. "What we always tend to hear from people is, 'well, we'd eat more healthy, but you know, healthy foods are expensive'," said Tammy Hanson, FoodWise Coordinator for UW-Extension. One of the sub-programs of FoodWise, aimed at youth, is called Food, Fun and Fitness. That program partners with two school districts and seven elementary schools in the area, based on the schools' percentage of free and reduced-price lunch enrollment. "We try to get them to like fruits and vegetables that won't be really expensive, and talk to them about having parents buy them when they're in season and really focusing on just getting them to be familiar with all the different choices that are... The Lincoln Elementary School garden in Wausau gives students a hands-on opportunity to learn just that. "Fresh raspberries in the grocery store can be quite expensive," Hanson continued. "So it's a really wonderful opportunity for them to enjoy something that's loaded with antioxidents and super healthy for them that otherwise the parent wouldn't be able to afford it because of the cost. "Kids who are free and reduced or who don't have that opportunity just don't understand the concept of that, so it's important for us to teach them when to plant the garden, when to pick it, when to eat it. ". That teaches lessons on healthy... "It's really a neat program, to watch kids eat fresh fruit," said Knetter. Over 31 million children receive low cost or free lunches through the National School Lunch Program, which runs every school day, 180 days a year. By putting more fresh local products on the menu, Farm to School programs simply make those lunches and snacks healthier. And by getting students to taste, grow, and cook these foods, Farm to School ensures the food makes it into their bellies. According to the 2015 USDA Farm to School Census, schools with strong Farm to School programs report higher school meal participation, reduced food waste, and increased willingness of the students to try new foods, such as fruits and vegetables. In addition, in school year 2013-2014 alone, schools purchased more than $789 million in local food from farmers, ranchers, fishermen, and food processors and manufacturers. Nearly half (47 percent) of these districts plan to purchase even more local foods in future school years. 1 Tbsp Fresh cilantro, chopped.


  1. "What we always tend to hear from people is, 'well, we'd eat more healthy, but you know, healthy foods are expensive'," said Tammy Hanson, FoodWise Coordinator for UW-Extension. One of the sub-programs of FoodWise, aimed at youth, is called Food, Fun 
  2. Her family would like to thank Tammy Hanson for her special care during Marion's illness. Visitation will be Wednesday, August 23, 2017 from 5 to 8 PM in the Harris Funeral Home, Railroad Ave. Roscoe, NY. Funeral services will be Thursday, August 24, 
  3. The third season premiere of "Killer Instinct with Chris Hansen" on the Investigation Discovery channel will focus on the 1993 Longmont murder of Tammera "Tammy" Tatum, the show announced Tuesday. In 2010, 17 years after Tatum, 30, was strangled to 


Coconut Custard Pie (Tammy's Blend Pie) (butter, coconut, eggs, flour, milk, salt, sugar, vanilla extract)

Tammy's Italian Linguine Salad Recipe (linguine, mozzarella cheese, provolone cheese, green olive, olives, chickpeas, cucumber, cherry tomato, green pepper, red pepper, yellow bell pepper, red onions, pepperoni, ham, italian dressing)

Norwegian Potatoes Circa 1944 Recipe (potato, onions, butter, heavy cream, tomato paste, mustard, gherkin)

Rosemary Cheddar Bread (bread flour, cheddar cheese, rosemary, olive oil, potato flakes, salt, sugar, water, yeast)


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Ottawa and Area Registered Runners (Running Room) 2011
PAGE 1 of 2 See also: a) 2010 Army Run results for Ottawa & area runners; b) 2011 Army Run results; c) 2011 Army Run photos by a runner. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . Sept. 14, 2011. For the 21.1 km (13 mile) half-marathon race, the following local runners have registered with the Running Room for the Sept. 18th Canada Army Run in Ottawa. The list is sorted by community (Ottawa first) and then by first name. * On Sept. 18th, 16,000 runners participated in the 21.1 km and 5 km races. Part A. Ottawa Part B. Other Communities (e.g., Gatineau, Kanata, Nepean, Orleans) A. Ottawa 1,….Adriana Zeleney 2,….Adrien Barrieau 3,….Adrienne Mertin 4,….Ajay Singh 5,….Al Okroy 6,….Al Stewart 7,….Alain Therriault 8,….Alain Vermette 9,….Alan Chaffe 10,….Alan Chan 11,….Alan Yeadon 12,….Alex Renwick 13,….Alex Turner 14,….Alexandra Averbeck 15,….Alice Kwong 16,….Alicia Chénier 17,….Alison McCray 18,….Alla Laporte 19,….Allan Crisford 20,….Allan...
2013 Canada Army Run: local half-marathon runners  (page 1 of 2)
Page 1 of 2 (see below) Page 2 of 2 (click here) =================================================== Sept. 22, 2013 @ 9 a.m. (the half-marathon start time) This year, about 22,000 runners are expected to participate in the 5 km or 21.1 km (half-marathon) Canada Army Run race events. The Canada Army Run, now in its sixth year, continues to be the fastest-growing race event in Canada. The runners listed below are: a) local (Ottawa-Gatineau and area) half-marathon participants, who b) registered through the Running Room. The lists are sorted by community and first name, as follows: (page 1) A. Ottawa, Ontario B. Gatineau, Québec C. Kanata, Ontario D. Nepean, Ontario E. Orleans, Ontario (page 2) F. Other Ontario, by community G. Other Québec, by community - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - A. Ottawa Residents 1…….Adam Lyle 2…….Adam Martin 3…….Adam Stone 4…….Aili Ignacy 5…….Aisha Suhail 6…….Alain Auger 7…….Alan Chan 8…….Alastair Stewart 9…….Alec...
2013 Perth Kilt Run - 8 km Participants & Photos (2 of 2)
. See also, an album of 2014 Perth Kilt Run pictures in Flickr: www.flickr.com/photos/ianhun/sets/72157645345849905/ ......................................................................................................... June 22, 2013, 6:12 p.m. LIST OF RACE PARTICIPANTS (page 2 of 2) The following runners and walkers participated in the 8 km Perth Kilt Run. The bib numbers & names are listed by Ontario community (see the list below), then by other provinces, and international. The names are additionally sorted alphabetically by last name. ...................................................................................... In addition to this set of pictures in Flickr, see also each runner's official race photos. (Click and enter bib # or last name.) ...................................................................................... List of Runners and Walkers from: A. Perth B. Ottawa C. Kanata D. Carleton Place E. Nepean F. Smiths Falls **For A through...

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