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WIC continues to strengthen

March 29, 2012

Photo by Joseph Bell - Women, Infants and Children, a program offered through the North Central Pennsylvania Regional Planning and Development Commission, continues to thrive.

Women, Infants and Children (WIC), a program offered through the North Central Pennsylvania Regional Planning and Development Commission, continues to thrive.
"Our breastfeeding education component of WIC continues to strengthen," said Julie Kasmierski, WIC director. "Our breastfeeding peer counseling contacts are at an all-time high. During the month of January, our breastfeeding peer counselors had 284 contacts with pregnant and/or breastfeeding mothers."
The figure climbed to 323 contacts in February.

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