I have promoted extension programs and recruited participants at various events/health fairs across Cherokee County this summer. If you see me at a local event, feel free to stop by and ask any questions regarding Clemson Cooperative Extension programing!
I started two “Health Extension for Diabetes (HED)” cohorts for Cherokee residents: one online and one in-person. I’m excited to share that the Cherokee County Family YMCA has partnered with Clemson Extension for HED in-person programing. Registration is currently closed for both cohorts, but please contact me if you are interested in HED and I will save your information for future programing.
In June, I was invited to the Cherokee Senior Center to hold a “Know Diabetes By Heart (KDBH)” session. If there is an upcoming event or group meeting that you would be interested in having me speak at, I would love to attend. Please feel free to contact me if you have any opportunities or questions.
It is important for me to be a part of the Cherokee community, so I became a member of the Gaffney Lions Club this August. I’m looking forward to upholding the Clemson Extension standard of service!
Julia Newsome, Rural Health & Nutrition Extension Agent Union & Cherokee Counties I have promoted extension programs and recruited participants […]
Hello Everyone, My name is Julia Newsome, and I am the new Rural Health & Nutrition Agent for Union and […]
Julia NewsomeRural Health & NutritionCherokee & Union Counties Julia Newsome, new Rural Health & Nutrition Agent Hello Everyone, My name […]