Cooking Classes in Fawnskin

In addition to the reports I received regarding the change in leadership at the Moose Lodge this week–Loni Emig took over as Senior Regent and Rick Weston took over as Governor (and both did steller jobs at their first meetings this week per the local scuttlebutt)…I also got wind of some new classes to be held here in Fawnskin!

Mark your calendars for these classes held Mondays from 6:30-8pm on June 18, June 25, July 2, and July 16. The cooking classes are brought to you by the Cancer Project and are hosted by Sol Food Market.

According to Susie at Sol Food Market (the sponsor of the classes) studies show that diets built from plant foods offer the most disease and cancer fighting protection of any diet plan.

In the FREE four part series you will learn how to create healthy, plant-bsed meals that offer superb health benefits. Here is the schedule:

6-18: Fueling up on low-fat foods/favoring fiber
6-25: Discovering dairy alternatives/replacing meat
7-2: Antioxidants and phytochemicals/immune-boosting foods
7-16: Planning healthy meals/maintaining a healthy weight

Classes will be held at the Old Miller Park School House at 1178 Chickasaw Road here in Fawnskin. Reservations are required to attend these events as seating is limited. To secure a spot sign up in person at Sol Food Market or call 909.584.8301. You can also email solfooddmarketgmail.com

Although the classes are free, please plan on making a donation so more of these classes can be held. Rental of the facility and kitchen have been provided by Sol Food Market and we’d like more!

More information on the cancer project can be found at http://www.cancerproject.org



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