There has been a recent confirmation of the coronavirus in the state of Ohio leading to public health concerns related to disease transmission. As a result, The Ohio State University has been proactively implementing protocols for insuring the safety and health for our students and clientele.  After consultation with the college and university leadership, most OSU Extension programs will be either postponed and rescheduled or cancelled. We are following guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control, Ohio Department of Health, and the university in being aggressively proactive to prevent the potential spread of communicable respiratory illness.

We understand this may cause an inconvenience to you, but please know that your health and the health of our community at-large is our biggest priority. We will be postponing or cancelling gatherings, face-to-face programming, and meetings through July 6 to provide time for additional vigilance as we learn more about how this virus is affecting Ohioans.

For up-to-date information on the coronavirus and how to prevent its spread, please visit:

Ohio Department of Heath

https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/

https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/home/resources/How-You-Can-Prevent-and-Prepare

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)—Centers for Disease Control  and Prevention (CDC)

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

 

Pressue Canner Gauge Testing

Pressure canner gauges should be tested for accuracy each year. Free canner testing will be available at the Coshocton County OSU Extension Office on Wednesday, July 22 from 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM. Appointment times are available in 15 minute increments and can be scheduled with the OSU Extension Office by calling 740-622-2265.

 

Dining with Diabetes

Ohio State University Extension and the Coshocton Regional Medical Center will be offering Dining with Diabetes, a cooking school and nutrition education program designed for people with diabetes and their family members or caregivers. In a series of four classes, cooking demonstrations will help participants learn healthy techniques to use in their own kitchens. The program includes sampling healthy foods and discussion with a dietitian or certified diabetes educator about skills to manage diabetes.

At this time, the Dining with Diabetes program has been postponed until further notice.