Lifestyle

Seniors learn dietary dos and don'ts

Dietitian Janet LePatourel spoke to seniors at Parksville’s Society of Organized Services, Child, Youth and Family Centre. The Seniors Are Talking members showed a keen interest in healthy, affordable meals. From left: Christine Jiggins, SOS Seniors Coordinator, Janet LePatourel and member, Otto Szijj.   - Submitted photo
Dietitian Janet LePatourel spoke to seniors at Parksville’s Society of Organized Services, Child, Youth and Family Centre. The Seniors Are Talking members showed a keen interest in healthy, affordable meals. From left: Christine Jiggins, SOS Seniors Coordinator, Janet LePatourel and member, Otto Szijj.
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