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Dozens of books in a clutter

Cut the Clutter’ is one of the free one-hour online programs offered by the K-State Research and Extension program series Living Well Together.

More ‘Living Well Together’ free online seminars offered

Cutting clutter, vaccinations, personal wellness among upcoming topics

Jan. 8, 2021

MANHATTAN, Kan. – K-State Research and Extension is offering weekly one-hour virtual Living Well Together programs, designed to enhance Kansans’ time at home, particularly during the coronavirus pandemic when many are home more than usual.

Upcoming Living Well Together programs include:

Jan. 14, 6:45 p.m. – Cut the Clutter & Get Organized

Jan. 21, 6:45 p.m. – Vaccinations: Checking the Facts Together

Jan. 28, 6:45 p.m. – Who’s Taking Care of You?

The programs are free to all Kansans, but registration is required. Participants can choose to register for one or all – as many as they like. Once registered, a Zoom link will be sent to the registrant’s email address.

Previous sessions – Cooking Roadmap, Bonding Thru Board Games and Baking Together – were recorded and available to anyone who registers for any of the programs.

Upcoming topics will also cover the Mediterranean eating style, checking your credit, home organization tips, family mealtime fun and more. Sessions are planned through at least late March.

More information is available by contacting Sharolyn Jackson at sharolyn@ksu.edu or Cindy Williams, csw@ksu.edu.

At a glance

Living Well Together, a series of free one-hour online programs designed to enhance this time when so many of us are spending more time in our homes, is being offered through March.


Living Well Together


Sharolyn Jackson

Cindy Williams

Written by

Mary Lou Peter


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