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Goshen Health has partnered with the Goshen Farmer’s Market to offer families a fun way to help kids make healthy food choices. The Sprouts Kids Club is a free program, started in 2019. It runs every Tuesday, May through October. When school-aged kids join the program, they are provided with two, $1 tokens each week they can use to “purchase” fresh fruits and vegetables grown by local farmers.
Now children can earn additional tokens when they participate in Goshen Health’s educational activities on the second Tuesday of each month.
For more information on this and other community health programs, please call (574) 364-2496.