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Dining with Diabetes program begins in Spanish

Posted: Friday, October 9, 2020

Purdue Extension Huntington County will offer Dining with Diabetes classes in Spanish beginning November 3. The classes will begin at 11 a.m.

This series will be held for four consecutive weeks on November 3, 10, 17 and 24. The classes will be held at the Knight Bergman Center in Warren. The cost for this program will be covered by a grant received by the Huntington County Health and Wellness Coalition from the Parkview Hospital Foundation.

This program is for individuals with diabetes, or those at risk for diabetes and their caregivers. The program is also helpful for friends and family members of those with diabetes or individuals interested in diabetes. In this program, you will learn how to lessen the health risks of diabetes.  Topics covered include food choice, diet planning, healthy cooking, portion control, medical indicator awareness and healthy activity levels for those with diabetes. Participants will be served a light meal with new recipes to try and take home.

Please reserve a seat by October 27, by calling the Extension Office at (260) 358-4826 or emailing For more information about Dining with Diabetes or other Extension programs, stop by the office at 1340 S. Jefferson Street.