Williamson County Schools in Fairview:
Franklin Special School District Schools:
Mon., 10/23 - Wed., 10/25
Consent forms must be completed and returned to the school before immunizations can be administered!
November 2 - November 16
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
For more information contact: Patsy Watkins (firstname.lastname@example.org) or: 615-790-5721
Diabetes will teach you how to reduce sugar, salt and fat in foods without sacrificing good taste. Classes will include demonstrations on how to prepare healthy meals. There will be an opportunity to sample a variety of main dishes, side dishes and desserts. The last class will focus on holiday dishes. There will be door prizes.
This is a series of three classes that includes learning how to manage diabetes, food demonstrations and tasting. Each session focuses on a different food group. The classes are conducted as a partnership between UT Extension and the Tennessee Health Department. There is a $30.00 fee for this series to cover the cost of the food and supplies.
This class is open to spouses/caregivers of those with diabetes as well as diabetics. Also, those with a family history of diabetes or pre-diabetes are welcome to attend as well.
You may call or e-mail to register for the class and reserve your space.
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The "R.H. Hutcheson" Health Department Building (Williamson County Health Department-Franklin Clinic) is named in honor of the late Dr. Robert H. Hutcheson, MD, MPH.
Dr. Hutcheson was appointed the County Health Director for Williamson County in 1932 before later being appointed as the Commissioner for the Tennessee Department of Health in 1943. Dr. Hutcheson served in several different capacities throughout his career including Assistant Commissioner and Local Health Service Director. Dr. Hutcheson wrote several published articles and was instrumental in TB testing, management and care. Dr. Hutcheson was a true public health champion of the era.