Family Nutrition Program
Cooking with Belinda at the Senior Monongalians
Discover how to live and feel better through the WVU Extension Service Family Nutrition Program (FNP) in Monongalia County. A community-based nutrition education program, the FNP encourages limited resource consumers to choose and prepare healthy, safe, and affordable foods. People joining the FNP learn exciting ways to cook great-tasting, healthy meals. Belinda Nicholas, Nutrition Outreach Instructor, shares tips, recipes, menus, and foods to reinforce at home what is learned in class.
FNP benefits those wanting to gain valuable experience in the kitchen.
Take Control of Your Kitchen!
Fix Meals that Will Help You Shine
- Do you feel like your kitchen runs you?
- Do you often wonder how you will make another meal?
- Do you wish you could get more out of your available food?
- Do you want to know how to stretch that food dollar a little more?
Do you want useful and valuable answers for the kitchen?
Yes? FNP can help you!
Getting involved with FNP is easy!
FNP offerings are probably available somewhere near you!
Call the WVU Extension Service – Monongalia County Office at 304/291-7201 to find and enroll in a class near you.
What does FNP cost?
Nothing!!! FNP offerings are free to you!
Tell me more about what I can expect from the FNP!
Those enrolled in the FNP learn exciting ways to cook great-tasting and nutritious meals. You’ll have a great time meeting new people and you’ll take home tips, recipes, menus and food so you can try what you’ve learned! We cook and taste at each class.
About the FNP
The FNP is funded through the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program and the Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program.
Get more information about the FNP
For more information on classes forming in your area contact Belinda Nicholas Nutrition Outreach Instructor.
Join Belinda in Cooking with Spices, Thursday, Jan. 30th from 5-7 PM
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FNP for Youth
In addition, the Family Nutrition Program (FNP) serves youth audiences in 31 West Virginia counties. Youth target audiences are 3rd, 4th and 5th graders ages 9-12 from limited resource families. More about FNP for Youth in Monongalia County