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Get Fresh! Stay Healthy! at the YMCA

By Project EAT Youth, August 16, 2014

Today I worked at the Eden Area YMCA. The station I worked at was my favorite station, the Move It! Kit.

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Hayward Promise Neighborhood's National Night Out

By Project EAT Youth, August 12, 2014

On Tuesday, August 5th, Project EAT had a booth at the National Night Out event hosted by the Hayward Promise Neighborhood (HPN) .

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Get Fresh! Stay Healthy! at the Healthy Living Festival

By Project EAT Youth, July 24, 2014

The Healthy Living Festival at the Oakland Zoo was fun. Our booth was Rethink Your Drink, and the seniors loved it!

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Strawberry Salsa at the Boys & Girls Club

By Project EAT Youth, July 21, 2014

My friends and I were at Boys and Girls Club in San Leandro. We taught small children how to make strawberry salsa. It was my first day but it didn’t feel like that.

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Get Fresh! Stay Healthy! Training in Oakland- Day 1

By Project EAT Youth, July 10, 2014

I attended the first training day at the Arroyo Recreational Center in Oakland.  Our job was to train the potential interns in the Oakland community.  Before the trainees arrived, the group rearranged the tables, set up healthy snacks, and fixed

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Spinach Activities at McKinley Elementary

By Project EAT Staff, June 12, 2014

To approach the arrival of our April spinach, a team of McKinley teachers decided to teach a similar lesson across grade levels. Our focus was comparison.

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WeÔÇÖre doing more than tasting at Jefferson Elementary

By Project EAT Staff, June 10, 2014

… we’re thinking, learning, singing, dancing, reading, writing, and reciting poems about fresh fruits and vegetables at Thomas Jefferson Elementary in San Leandro, CA.

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Harvest of the Month at Ruus Elementary

By Project EAT Staff, June 07, 2014

Ms Magee's third grade bi-lingual class enjoyed the fruits and vegetables they tasted from Harvest of the Month throughout the year.

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Harvest of the Month at Monroe Elementary

By Project EAT Staff, June 02, 2014

James Monroe Students began to get produce in March with snap peas .  Many students were suprised to find out that they liked the taste.  They were equally excited to get to try spinach in April.  Ms.

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HEALTHY EATING at Cherryland

By Project EAT Staff, May 28, 2014

The Broccoli Stir Fry and Berry Splits were a hit!

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