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Caitlin Scheppke, a freshman English major from Blanchard, shares nutrition and wellness expertise with the community in a presentation on clean-eating at noon on Feb. 21 in Station 82 on the campus of USAO. The presentation is free and open to the public.
If Caitlin Scheppke has anything to say about it, the next time we all sit down to eat, we’ll take a moment to ask, “What exactly am I putting into my body?”
Scheppke, an English major from Blanchard and wellness advocate, is scheduled to share her experiences with the clean eating lifestyle at noon on Feb. 21 in Station 82, located on the bottom floor of the Student Center on the campus of the University of Science and Arts.