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Commit to Healthy Foods for the New Year PDF Print Email
Tuesday, 01 January 2013 00:00


We all know and hear over and over again these messages about diet and health:

  1. Achieve and maintain an appropriate body weight
  2. Limit dietary fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol
  3. Aim for balance, variety, and moderation in food choices
  4. Engage in physical activity

Sounds good, but how do we make it happen?

First, let’s remember the dietary recommendations that we can follow at home and our work place:

Books to Prepare Your Future Kindergartener PDF Print Email
Monday, 30 July 2012 00:00

Here is a whole list of great books you can read with your future Kindergartner:

Charlotte Gets Her Shots PDF Print Email
Monday, 30 July 2012 00:00

Mecklenburg Health   DepartmentI really don’t like to get shots, but mommy told me that I had to get them to stay healthy and stay in school. I started school last week and it is so much fun, I hate to miss a single day. The school told mommy when she registered me that we could have until September 27th to get my shots completed.

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Download this file (Big Shots Saturdays  Kids HealthLink Flyer 2012[1].pdf)Big Shot Saturdays - English2012 Immunization Event6683 Kb
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The Real Scoop on Developmental Services in Mecklenburg County PDF Print Email
Wednesday, 02 May 2012 00:00

Charlotte Anychild’s Dinner Prayer

Every night we have family dinner. For grandma and grandpa it is a tradition and while our family lives under their roof, momma insists that we honor it. I look forward to the chance to share my day at school and listen to what everyone else did.

During family prayer Grandma asked us to pray for a family at our church. They had their baby much earlier than expected. After months in the hospital they returned home. He is almost 2 now and is still not walking or talking.


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