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Rocky partners with MSU for cooking class

On Wednesday, June 15 at 9:30 a.m., the Rocky Mountain Development Council, Inc., will partner with Montana State University Extension’s “Buy Eat Live Better” for a free, one-time cooking class.

Participants will create a skillet meal, using everyday ingredients to create nutritious meals. This class, known as CREATES, will include hands-on food preparation using MyPlate, ideas for healthy eating on a budget, tips for increasing physical activity, a new recipe, a food tasting, and small gift.

To register, visit www.buyeatlivebetter.org, or call 406-447-8456.

Visual impairment topic of Memory Café

Rocky’s Memory Café will be held Wednesday, June 15, at 9 a.m. in the card room at the Neighborhood Center, 200 S. Cruse Ave.

The June Memory Café will be hosted by the Blind and Low Vision Services (BLVS) section of Vocational Rehabilitation. These services are provided to older visually impaired or blind individuals so they can live more independently in their homes and communities.

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Services include:

Low vision evaluations — testing to determine type and strength of magnification neededPurchase of Adaptive Aids — handheld magnifiers, kitchen, handwriting and other small devices to enhance independenceDaily Living Skills Training

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