‘Dining With Diabetes’ coming to Mill Hall

MILL HALL — Are you or a family member at risk for diabetes?

“Dining With Diabetes,” a nationally accredited program offered by Penn State Extension, can help you understand some of the most important things you need to know about how to manage diabetes.

Extension educators will lead discussions addressing important numbers to know, planning healthy meals, healthy food preparation, and physical activity.

Classes are offered weekly for four weeks, with a three-month follow-up class. Each class offers food demonstrations and tastings, physical activity, ideas to take home, and discussions on important information for managing diabetes.

Lab tests will be offered to measure A1c.

“Dining With Diabetes” is coming to the Mill Hall Senior Center (in Mill Hall Fire Hall) in September and October. Everyone is invited to a free cooking demonstration and information session Monday, Sept. 10 at 1 p.m. at the senior center.

For more information about the cooking demonstration or the class, contact Laurie Welch at 570-726-0022 or law27@psu.edu. For dates and times for the class, visit https://extension.psu.edu/dining-with-diabetes.


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