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The Steps to Health and EFNEP newsletter is a great way to stay up-to-date with projects your fellow agents are implementing, updates to the programs, training opportunities, and deadlines.

August 2023 – In this issue, you will find a Steps to Health annual training recap including a link to watch the recordings. This issue also highlights the great work being done in Franklin County.

July 2023 – In this issue, you will find important administrative updates, including reminders for the upcoming Steps to Health Annual Training. This issue also highlights a mini-pantry project done in Wake County.

June 2023 – This issue provides administrative updates and highlights work being done in the county.

May 2023 – In this issue, you will find information on the Faithful Families program and important program updates.

April 2023 – This issue provides information on the new 3rd grade S.T.E.A.M curriculum as well as important updates.

March 2023 – In this issue, you will find important administrative updates, including reminders for starting a new program and ordering supplies. This issue also highlights two projects being done by FCS Agents in the Northeastern region.

February 2023 – This issue provides examples on how partnerships met the needs of the community.

January 2023  – In this issue, you will find information on the new STH Partnership Form, information on enrolling the the STH social marketing campaign, and recordings of the program planning training.

December 2022  – This issue covers the required Steps to Health Civil Rights training, information on the upcoming social marketing campaign, and a recorded chat between Coastline and Morgan King, FCS Agent in New Hanover County on food insecurity.

November 2022  – In this issue, you will find important information on partnerships, resources such as the Steps to Health PSE Menu of Service and Catalog, and recordings of the Steps to Health November training.