What's Happening: 8-4-13
Linux SIG Intestest Group meets Monday
The Linux Special Interest Group (SIG) meets Monday, Aug. 5. at 6 p.m. Several short topics are on the agenda. Clemenceau Building, Willard Street at Mingus Avenue, Cottonwood. The meeting is Free. Dave 639-0106
GMO-Free meeting at Mount Hope
Wanting to get involved in GMO-Free Verde Valley? Meet more of your neighbors in our communities. Come join us! GMO-Free Verde Valley welcomes you to our meeting on Sunday, Aug 11, 4-6 at Mount Hope Foods, 853 South Main St., Cottonwood. www.gmofreeverdevalley.com.
Support group to meet at VVMC
Fibromyalia/arthritis and other pai diseases support group will meet on Saturday, August 10 at 10 am.
Please enter through the main entrance of the Verde Valley Medical Center and walk through to Conference Room A.
No speaker this month so this meeting will be all sharing - how you are doing, what you are doing to relieve symptoms, what you have done that works (or not) for you, or any subject you choose or just come and listen. The meetings are free to all so bring your friends, relatives, caregivers, neighbors. VVMC provides hot and cold
beverages. We hope to see you on the 10th. Questions?? Call Barbara @ 649-0248
Natural approaches to treat high cholesterol
"Natural Approaches to Treat High Cholesterol" is the topic of the next Take Note Sedona Lecture Series sponsored by Verde Valley Medical Center (VVMC). The Thursday event will feature cardiologist and lipidologist Kenneth J. Bescak, M.D., F.A.C.C. The lecture begins at 5 p.m. at the Sedona Library, 3250 White Bear Road, Sedona. To R.S.V.P. or for more information on this free event, call (928) 639-6551.
Summer Craft Show at Senior Center
The Verde Valley Senior Center hosts a Summer Craft Show Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 500 E. Cherry St., Cottonwood.
Come early for the best selection of homemade, One-of-a-kind items at this great sale.
For more information call 634-5450.
New way to donate food
The Yavapai Food Council's Yavapai Food Neighbors Project brings a group of 15-20 together to create a "neighborhood" of people who consistently donate food items every other month. Each "neighbor" is provided a reusable green bag and is asked to buy a couple extra food items each time they go to shopping. On the second Saturday of every even month (Oct, Dec, Feb, Apr, Jun, Aug) the donors place their filled green bags at their door for the Neighborhood Coordinator to pickup. The food collected is donated to community food banks, pantries, and hunger programs.
Are you interested in Coordinating your own neighborhood with the Yavapai Food Neighbors Project? The next coordinator and project informational meeting is scheduled for Thursday at the Sedona YMCA from 6 to 7 p.m. For more information contact Amy at Amy@YavapaiFoodCouncil.org or call (928) 593-0755