Purdue Extension to host programs on health, stress relief

The Hancock County Extension Homemakers invite the public to two upcoming lessons.

The homemakers will host two programs at 6:30 p.m Sept. 8 at the Hancock County Purdue Extension Office, 802 Apple St., Greenfield.

The first program will focus on the stress-relieving benefits of adult coloring, presented by Lisa Cangany, health and human sciences educator from Boone County. In the second program, Beth Switzer, health and human sciences educator from Hendricks County, will talk about healthy food trends in 2016.

Those who plan to attend must RSVP by Tuesday by calling the Hancock County Purdue Extension Office at 317-462-1113 and send a check for $3 per person to 802 Apple St., Greenfield. For more information, contact health and human sciences educator Megan Addison or Luke Edwards, office manager, at 317-462-1113.