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Rittenbach among Extension team professionals honored

The group was recognized for the On the Move to Better Health Cooking and Baking Schools Go Virtual program.

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North Dakota State University Extension staff including several from the Jamestown area were recognized at the National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences annual session held in Raleigh, North Carolina.

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NDSU Extension family and community wellness professionals were recognized for the On the Move to Better Health Cooking and Baking Schools Go Virtual program. They placed first in the central region and first in the nation. Team members included
Donna Anderson, agent in Eddy and Foster counties,
Susan Milender, agent in Barnes County, and Christina Rittenbach, agent in Stutsman County.

    The program engaged youth in virtual after-school lessons to increase their food preparation knowledge and skills and improve their knowledge of food science and nutrition.
    The National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences, with 1,800 active members, educates and recognizes Extension professionals who impact the quality of life for individuals, families and communities.

    Visit www.ndsu.edu/agriculture/extension for information about NDSU Extension's family and community wellness programs.

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