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Georgia Shape highlights Eat.Move.Talk! in our RFL program

The Refugee Family Literacy Program has been a partner with the Eat. Move. Talk! Program at the Georgia Department of Public Health since its inception. Eat. Move. Talk! aims to increase fruit and vegetable consumption, physical activity and language rich conversations for children zero to five years-old in three target communities: Dalton, Clarkston and Valdosta. Find the full blog post HERE.

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