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Do you know or work with an expectant mom? Make sure she knows about Stork’s Nest, an incentive-based, prenatal health promotion program for low-income pregnant women. Participants learn about topics like nutrition in pregnancy, breastfeeding and the warning signs of pre-term birth. A new class begins Jan. 12. Applicants must be pregnant when the class starts and partners are welcome to attend. Learn more about the program and please post the attached flyer. Questions? Contact Tracy Tucker, Stork’s Nest Coordinator.

Thanks to those of you who joined one of three community conversations on May 23 as part of the Philadelphia Foundation and the Knight Foundation’s On the Table Philly effort. The Crozer-Keystone Community Foundation agreed to co-host On the Table Delco conversations with the following organizations: Upper Darby Weed and Seed at Christ Lutheran Community Church of Upper Darby; the Boys and Girls Club in Chester; and the Media Fellowship House in Media. We have just received the findings and invite you to learn more.

The Delco Area Resource Network is a new organization dedicated to strengthening the community by sharing resources and ideas to collaborate with community partners. The Network will meet Dec. 13 from 9:30-11:30 a.m. at the offices of the Delaware County Emergency Services, 360 Middletown Rd., Media to discuss “Seniors and Cross Generational Family Connections.” Speakers will be Chelsey Price from the Delaware County District Attorney’s office of Senior Victim Services, Marie Bonita of the County Office of Services for the Aging and Tara Watts of the Family and Community Services of Delaware County. For more information, please contact Gerry Gonzalez or Katie Kenyon.

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