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Office for Food and Nutrition Programs

FY 2014 Summer Food Service Program Training-Outreach Strategies to Increase Participation

To:Summer Food Service Program Sponsors
From:Massachusetts Elementary and Secondary Education Child Nutrition Outreach Program
Date:May 28, 2014


The Child Nutrition Outreach Program will be holding a Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) training webinar on outreach strategies that can help increase participation in SFSP. We will hear from two SFSP sponsors, Kathleen Alicea from Southbridge and Carla Grajeda from Cambridge on their outreach strategies and other tips to make your program even better. Join us to learn more about how to make 2014 the best year of the SFSP. Questions may be emailed prior to the meeting to Due to the nature of the SFSP and the short time frame in the summer, it is highly recommended that all sponsors attend this webinar session.

Training Information and Registration

The webinar session is being offered on:

Date:Wednesday June 4, 2014
Time:10:30 AM- 11:30 AM

Registration Information

A registration form must be completed for all attendees. The form is accessed via the following link:

Please complete your registration by June 3rd, 2014.

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Last Updated: May 30, 2014
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