This 6 week, evidence-based program is for people who live with one or more long term health problems.
Here’s where to donate your extra garden produce in Prineville!Tuesdays and Thursdays: 11am to 2pmWednesdays: 1pm to 3pmSt. Vincent de Paul1103 NE Elm Street(Deliveries in alley between St. Vincent and Police Station.)Monday through Friday: 9am to noonCraig’s Compassionate Café780 E. First StreetLast 2 Mondays of each month: 9:30 – 10:00 amFirst Baptist Church Food Pantry460 … Continue reading Help Nourish Families
Is it a new wonder drug or supplement? No, its simply exercise and its the best way to put us on the path to feeling better and being healthier. But how long to we exercise and how hard to we push ourselves? Find out in this latest video in our Be Well Video Series presented … Continue reading Exercise Goals – the right way!
Olive and Blue Photography join our adventure to create a series of videos featuring local professionals who share a variety of tips to help us stay healthy. These small changes can make a big difference in our lives. We created a YouTube Channel to feature these videos. Search for Crook County On The Move to … Continue reading “Be Well” Video Series Released
Are you inundated with tomatoes, zucchini, and strawberries yet? If so, we have a way for you to give back to the community, while keeping your garden flourishing! Again, this year, Crook County On The Move (a program of the Crook County Foundation) is encouraging people to Share Your Bounty. This initiative encourages community members … Continue reading Share Your Bounty Returns
The Crook County Library has redesigned the summer reading program to comply with COVID safety measures. Bags will be given out to children that include free books, a five dollar gift certificate and a reading log to track their reading progress. These bags will available July 15th with curbside pickup by ringing the bell at … Continue reading Children’s Summer Reading at the Library
High Desert Food and Farm Alliance has published their directory of local food sources in the Central Oregon Region. The online version is below and paper copies are being distributed in each community. https://issuu.com/highdesertfoodfarmalliance/docs/2020_hdffa_directory
Crook County On The Move and Crook County Rotary Club have just finished their latest installment of Age Friendly Park Benches in Prineville. There are now 10 new park benches at the Prineville Wetland that makes two loops of the Wetlands more accessible. “These benches are for people who are just getting started with an … Continue reading Benches installed at the Wetlands
Join OSU Extension Service online for Cooking Matters Family Meal Workshops! These no-cost lessons, hosted online by OSU Extension Nutrition Education Program educators, is geared toward caregivers of children 0-5 years old but is open to ALL to join. Participants will learn and share strategies for healthy and happy family mealtimes. Families can register for … Continue reading Family Meal Workshops
VeggieRx enrollment is now open!How to refer:• Access the eligibility survey by texting "VEGGIE" to 797979.• Go to HDFFA.org/VeggieRx and click "for people who want to enroll". Start dates:Bend: June 10thPrineville: June 25thRedmond: July 7th Eligibility:• Must be experiencing food insecurity.• Must have diagnosis of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, pre-diabetes, or obesity. Download the provider fact sheet below: