Authored by Caitlin Loveitt, Let’s Go! Home Office Monday marked the kickoff of Screen Free Week, a week-long celebration that encourages children to go screen free. Many of us remember this experience as a week-long challenge to simply stop watching television, since prior to 2010 – when the name was changed to better reflect our… Read more »
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You know lunch is important, so why aren’t you making yourself something nutritious?
Authored by: Adrienne GallantLet’s Go! Knox Coordinator Every weekday morning, I wake up and figure out what I’m going to make to put in my children’s lunch boxes for school and daycare. I always make sure that each lunch includes a healthy snack (or two, depending on the day), a healthy lunch with some form… Read more »
The Nutrition Facts Label is Finally Getting a Facelift
Authored by Emily Cooke, Early Childhood Program Manager, Let’s Go! Raise your hand if you are interested in eating well, or at least would like to have the information to, if you so felt the urge. Well, for those of us with our hand raised high, our lives are about to get just a little… Read more »
Gorham School District Celebrates with Physical Activity!
Authored by Ashley Edmondson, Let’s Go! Cumberland County Coordinator Public Health Program The Opportunity Alliance Let’s Go! Cumberland County Applauds Gorham School District to Celebrate with Physical Activity! At Village, Narragansett, and Great Falls Elementary School in Gorham, Maine you will find kids smiling, laughing, and having fun at classroom celebrations – using activities that… Read more »
Let’s Go! Kennebec Celebrates Family Friendly Winter Activities With WinterFest Event
Authored by Laura Howell,Let’s Go! Kennebec Site Coordinator On January 5, over 100 people gathered at Green St. Park in the South End of Waterville for WinterFest, an event sponsored by Inland Hospital’s Let’s Go! Family Fun Series. The Let’s Go! Family Fun Series is a collaboration of Inland Hospital, the Alfond Youth Center, Waterville… Read more »