Educational Lessons 2012 – 2013
September 26, 2012
10:00 a.m. Prebiotics, Probiotics and Antibiotics:
What are they? Why and when do we need them? Educator: Bert Jones
11:15 a.m. Relationships, Communication and Technology
Technology has changed our world in the way that we communicate, receive and gather information, and how connected we are on a daily basis. Spelling is no longer an issue and we have come to expect immediate information, communication and answers. This program will focus on how technology is changing relationships, communication and the world in which we live. How do we find that balance with our families? Educator: Susan Peterson
October 25, 2012
10:00 a.m. Why Do We Eat What We Eat?
What makes us hungry and how can we curb our appetite? This lesson will provide the simple science behind why we eat what we eat! Educator: Beth Switzer
11:15 a.m. Crockery Pot Soups
Crockery pot soup offers two advantages: minimal cleanup and unattended simmering. From chicken to vegetable to potato soup, crockery pot soups are low-maintenance, minimal cost and are great options for providing your family with comfort and taste. Educator: Linda Souchon
March 13, 2013
10:00 a.m. Is Your Life a Three Ring Circus?
There will always be something to do. We cannot get everything done and will never get everything done. Sound familiar? This program will look at the ways to balance your life and how to get your most important things done – NOW. You are the Ringmaster. What is making your life a juggling act? -based on the book, Juggling Elephants. Educator: Lisa Cangany
11:15 a.m. Balance Your Time
Ultimately, living an unbalanced life can lead to stress, health problems, poor relationships, and lost productivity. This program will help you to establish your priorities, use time management strategies, and simplify your life so that you may live a balanced life. Balanced living is achieved by taking appropriate care of all areas of life. The definition of balance is stability, equality, and harmony. Individuals achieve greater life balance when they do not let one area of life dominate their time at the expense of other priorities. Educator: Diana Stone, Rebecca Haynes-Bordas