Why should you come to the Do Well, Be Well Diabetes Education Class? Maybe you want to feel better. Or your blood sugar is out of control? You want to learn new ways to take care of your diabetes? All of these could be your reason to come to the diabetes education class called Do Well, Be Well beginning March 20th. Jackie Shahan attended the class two years ago and his comments about the class were: he enjoyed the classes, learned a lot while having fun and enjoyed the refreshments. The classes, sponsored by Everett’s Pharmacy, are from 5:15 to 7 p.m. at Rylander Library. The schedule for the classes is as follows:March 20th Managing Your Blood Glucose: Kay Clancey, R.N. Medications: Craig Whiting D.O. Scott & White Clinic, San SabaMarch 27thDiabetes and Exercise: Pat Pratt, San Saba County EMS Director What is diabetes? Carolyn McDowell CEA-FCSApril 3rdPreventing and Managing Complications: Lisa Thedosis, Nurse Practitioner, Scott & White Clinic, San Saba April 10th Nutritional Labels: Kelly Tarpley, Dietitian Scott & White Hospital, LlanoFor Good Measure at Home and Eating Out: Kelly Tarpley, Dietitian, Scott & White Hospital, LlanoAPRIL 17TH Nutrition – First Step to Diabetes Mgmt: Kelly Tarpley, Dietitian for Scott & White Hospital, Llano One Diabetes Diet – No Longer Sole Option: Kelly Tarpley, Dietitian for Scott & White Hospital, Llano To reserve your spot for the classes call the San Saba Co. Extension Office at 372-5416 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.