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May 19, 2017
Last year we used this space to announce the kickoff of this country’s first statewide What A Waste initiative -- in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. This week we can report that NFESH’s Matt Levine traveled to State College, PA, to participate in the statewide 2017 Nutrition Conference sponsored by the Pennsylvania Department of Aging, and presented through the Long Term Living Training Institute, where he showcased the results of that pioneer effort. The Conference brought together well over 100 state officials, such as Secretary on Aging Teresa Osborn, leaders from Pennsylvania’s Area Agencies on Aging, nutrition service providers and others who have a responsibility for or an interest in working to improve the delivery of nutrition services to seniors in need.
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