Waldo County General Hospital
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Nutrition Education

Making the healthy choice the easy choice

Waldo County SNAP-Ed provides nutrition education programs in local schools, food pantries, Head Start programs and other community groups and organizations. Popular class topics include: eating healthier on a budget; meal planning; navigating the grocery store; preparing healthy meals; reading nutrition labels; and the difference between fresh, canned and frozen produce. Most classes include cooking demonstrations, taste tests, giveaways and education about the importance of physical activity.

Our programs include:

  • 10 Tips for Adults
  • 10 Tips for Teens
  • Cooking Matters Courses
  • Eat Well, Play Hard
  • Food Smarts
  • iGrow Readers
  • Kaaley Ila Kari "Come cook with me"
  • Pick a Better Snack

Learn more and view a full list of services.

Maine SNAP ED logo: Healthy Eating on a Budget

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Sign up for our Healthy Cooking Classes

Learn more and sign-up for health and wellness classes – including healthy cooking classes – offered by Pen Bay Medical Center and Waldo County General Hospital.

Contact Us

Georgia Parker (She, Her, Hers)
Email: Georgia.Parker@mainehealth.org
Phone: 207-505-4729

Michaela LeVine (She, Her, Hers)
Email: Michaela.LeVine@mainehealth.org
Phone: 207-505-4730

About Maine SNAP-Ed