Sunday, September 30, 2012

Calling All Vendors

If you have a Gluten Free Food and/or Health Business
and would like to participate in our next Samplefest Gluten Free
Food & Health Fair on Saturday, October 20, 2012, from
8am-4pm, please contact Audrey:
or 425-761-3424. We would love to hear from you!
Thank you

Saturday, September 29, 2012

Interesting Information

Dr William Davis of Wheat Belly: "A new article published by AACC International on Sept. 27 refutes many of the claims published in the recent book, Wheat Belly, which charges that it is wheat consumption that is causing obesity and a myriad of other common health problems in the U.S. The AACCI article challenges Wheat Belly’s author William Davis’s recommendation to cut wheat entirely from the diet."

Name a time and place to debate the issues, preferably in front of TV cameras and I'm there! Remember the questions posed to tobacco executives about "doping" cigarettes with greater quantities of nicotine to cultivate addiction? Yeah, deja vu!

Friday, September 28, 2012

Jane's Healthy Kitchen

Friday, the weekend, a great time to think about Seafood! Wild Maple Glazed Salmon: Here’s a quick and easy way to make maple glazed salmon that tastes incredulicious! The sauce is mildly sweet with a pungent kick. Most barbeque sauces are high in sugars. Instead, this recipe uses natural zero-carb chicory root sweetener. I bake salmon in the oven as it is easier and avoids carcinogens of outdoor barbecues. This recipe contains no high-carb maple syrup, instead it uses maple flavoring. It’s also nightshade-free so it’s easy to digest, as it contains no peppers or tomoatoes. The resulting sweet glaze is simply delicious and it gives your blood sugar a break. Serves 4

Wednesday, September 26, 2012


Our Samplefest Gluten Free Food & Health Fair is coming up
on Saturday, October 20, 2012, from 9am-3pm.
St. John Lutheran Church, 11005 NE Hwy 99, Vancouver
Admission: $2.00 per person, $10.00 Max per family
Children 12 and under are Free
Please bring a donation for the Church Food Bank
Enjoy our $1 Menu of Healthy Food Choices for our GIG Fundraiser
Samples galore, Door Prizes and more...
Cash & Check only please for vendor product purchases.
Don't miss it!!

Monday, September 24, 2012

Franz Bakery Outlet

Don't forget to try the gluten free products that Franz Bakery now offers.
They have a 7 Grain Bread, a 7 Grain Hamburger Bun, and starting next
Monday, they will offer a White Bread. They get their deliveries on Mondays
at the store on NE Hwy 99 X 68th St in Hazel Dell, so make sure you call ahead
as their products do go fast!

Saturday, September 22, 2012

New Lucy's

This week we received the new Lucy’s Brownie Cakes. It is a shelf stable gluten free brownie. The box comes with eight soft and chewy brownies. They are packaged two brownies to one foil pack so you aren’t forced to eat all eight or risk having the uneaten brownies go stale.
As with all Lucy’s products, there are no peanuts, tree nuts, gluten, milk and eggs in the product. They are also Non-GMO verified and every serving is only 120 calories, 0 mg cholesterol and low sodium. You can head over here and order you package of brownies today.

Fairycakes Gourmet Gluten Free Goodies Goes Retail!!

Due to circumstances beyond our control,
our Grand Opening will be DELAYED.
We will keep you updated and we thank you for
your support!

Starting in November, we will be offering Gluten Free
Victorian Tea service and Children's Fairy Birthday Parties
in the comfort of your home.
Call to make your reservations now: 503-961-3898
Facebook: Fairycakes Gourmet Gluten Free Goodies

GIG Support Meeting

Our GIG Meeting is today at 10am, please
come join us to listen to our guest speakers,
meet some new people and spend time with
old friends.
See you there!

Thursday, September 20, 2012

GIG Meeting Tomorrow

Please come join us for our GIG meeting
tomorrow, September 22, 2012, 10am-12pm
PeaceHealth Hospital
92nd & Mill Plain Rd
Go up the steps to the:
Health Education Center - Auditorium
Our Guest Speakers are:
Wendy Cohan, RN, who will share some information
about her upcoming book and will answer any and all
of your health questions.
Miriam MacDermot of Faircakes will tell us about her
exciting retail venture and will bring samples of her
new Coffee Caramel Latte Cupcakes. Yummy!
Of course lunch will be served.
Don't miss it!

Monday, September 17, 2012

Balanced Living Chiropractic

Come and learn about Detoxing Diets and how to make probiotic rich food tomorrow night at 6:30 at our office. We'll have everything there to get you started! Call or message me if you're gonna be there. 360-597-4784
-Dr. Joe Perin

Sunday, September 16, 2012

GIG Members

In honor of National Celiac Disease Awareness Day, I have published an interesting interview with two medical specialists on my Huffington Post blog, which I hope you find helpful.  (Please see  
In addition, we're so pleased to announce the launch of the new William Edwards Book Series with our first novel in the series, William Edwards and the Wizardly Glasses!  William, like so many kids today, has celiac (and a severe food allergy)! 
The William Edwards book series targets kids 8 - 12 years old.  By this age, they usually have already been diagnosed and have a pretty good understanding of what the diagnosis means in terms of food restrictions. However, it is at about this age that exclusion as a result of dietary restrictions becomes more pronounced and when these kids begin to feel the impact of being different from their peers.

The William Edwards Book Series is all about empowering kids with food allergies, celiac, and/or gluten sensitivity.  It pokes fun at the self-involved parents who purchase William off of the Internet (on sale, no less!) and who throw mustard parties -- with plenty of gluten! -- forgetting that their son is allergic to mustard and has celiac!  They represent the uneducated people these kids (and their parents!) encounter.  As the story continues, William learns to roll his eyes at their thoughtless behaviors, learns to protect himself, and makes friends with kids who help protect him. He also grows as a character and begins to take the lead on many adventures all the while being conscientious about what he eats.
Sign up to win a free Kindle copy of the prequel, "Winkleberry:  Waiting for William Edwards"! 
Watch for details for two upcoming ways to win yummy stuff!

Saturday, September 15, 2012

September Support Meeting

Please come join us for our next GIG meeting
Saturday, September 22, 2012, 10am-12pm
PeaceHealth Hospital
92nd & Mill Plain Rd
Go up the steps to the:
Health Education Center - Auditorium
Our Guest Speakers are:
Wendy Cohan, RN, who will share some information
about her upcoming book and will answer any and all
of your health questions.
Miriam MacDermot of Faircakes will tell us about her
exciting retail venture and will bring samples of her
new Coffee Caramel Latte Cupcakes. Yummy!
Don't miss it!

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Dr. Rodney Ford

Are you GF in Portland? Gotta go see this guy talk!
Dr Rodney Ford is in Portland, Oregon on Sept 18th, next week, 

and thinks that NOBODY should be eating gluten. 
This is the research he's done over decades of practice as an MD.
Gluten: ZERO Global - wow!
This is the BOLD thesis of Dr. Rodney Ford who is coming 

to Portland on Tuesday Sept 18th. Researchers approximate 
10% of the population is sensitive to gluten now. Dr Ford is 
the author of 10 books on gluten and numerous medical articles. 
Come hear him talk next Tue. See details below.

Tuesday, September 18 at 6:00pm at Mittleman Jewish Community Center

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Boost Memory

There's another possible benefit of strength training:
a stronger memory, according to the researchers from
the University of British Columbia. They found that elderly
women in the early stages of cognitive decline who attended
a twice-weekly strength-training class for six months showed
significant improvement on memory tests compared with
women who took only a walking or stretching class. Pay a
visit to to find a strength-
training program for adults.

-Diabtetes Focus, Fall 2012

Digest This!

"Have acid reflux? Try incorporating ginger or fennel into
your meal. They aid digestion by speeding up the passage
of food from the stomach to the small intestine. Both are
also high-fiber foods that may help relieve bloating."

-The Acid Reflux Solution, Jorge Rodriguez, M.D.


Tomorrow, Sept 13th is Celiac Disease Awareness Day.  There are 2 events you should know about:

1) There is a gluten-free dinner to be paired with Harvester's GF Beers down at Bridgeport Whole Foods this Saturday, Sept 15th from 6-8pm. It's a fundraiser dinner for Whole Kids.  The info is posted on our FB page and GIG of Portland's Facebook page.

2) Dr. Rodney Ford, MD's talk on Sept 18th is at Mittleman Jewish Community Center. 6-8:30pm

His new book is Gluten: ZERO Global. Yup! He thinks no one, nada, zip, zilch, personne! should be eating gluten. A bold, BOLD statement. He has authored 10 books on gluten and should be a great night. He is coming all the way from New Zealand for his US book tour to shake us up.
Email me to reserve a spot for Dr. Ford's talk. $15 Cash and check payment at the door on the 18th. Sponsored by GIG of Portland, a 501c3 non-profit support group for those who are gluten-free.


Monday, September 10, 2012

Portland VegFest 2012

Oregon's largest plant-based food event!
Saturday & Sunday, September 22 & 23
Oregon Convention Center - Exhibit Hall A
777 NE MLK, Jr. Blvd., Portland, OR 97232
$6 admission/day, kids 10 and under are free
Bring your own bag to collect samples and information.


While sending out our GIG/Gluten Free Broadcasts,
we are encountering several returns with invalid email
addresses. If you have changed your email address in
the last year, please contact Tori Denfeld 360-666-7999,
or to update/confirm your present
address. Thank you very much for your help and support.


We are looking for volunteers to help us with
our next Samplefest Gluten Free Food & Health Fair
on Saturday, October 20, 2012, 8am-4pm at
St. John Lutheran Church
11005 NE Hwy 99
Vancouver, WA 98686
If you are interested, please call Kristi 360-695-0862
Thank you

September Support Meeting

Please come join us for our next GIG meeting
Saturday, September 22, 2012, 10am-12pm
PeaceHealth Hospital
92nd & Mill Plain Rd
Go up the steps to the:
Health Education Center - Auditorium
Our Guest Speakers are:
Wendy Cohan, RN, who will share some information
about her upcoming book and will answer any and all
of your health questions.
Miriam MacDermot of Faircakes will tell us about her
exciting retail venture and will bring samples of her
new Coffee Caramel Latte Cupcakes. Yummy!
Don't miss it!

Save the Date!

Dr Rodney Ford Gluten: ZERO Global 9/18/2012

Dr. Rodney Ford MD
allergy and gastroenterology specialist
author of The Gluten Syndrome, Gluten Brains, Gluten: Zero Global
Gluten: ZERO Global US Tour
Portland  Appearance
September  18, 2012
6pm registration
6:30 talk
book signing after the talk
Mittleman Jewish Community Center
6651 SW Capitol Hwy  Portland OR 97219
$15 adults, kids 12 and under free (cash/check only at the door)


Dr Ford has concluded that everyone would be better off by abandoning wheat and gluten, and has been speaking out about the disastrous effects of gluten for the past ten years.  He has written over 100 scientific papers, has written ten books and has created a web-clinic for people seeking difficult-to-find food-allergy help.

 Dr Ford’s bold new concept is the “Gluten: ZERO Global” initiative. He claims that there is now enough evidence to ban gluten.  He puts gluten in the same category as tobacco-smoking and high-cholesterol.                        

To reserve space contact Dr Lisa Shaver, branch manager of Gluten Intolerance Group of Portland 
with number of people who will be attending:
Facebook: GIGofPortland
Dr Ford is a medical doctor, a pediatrican and gastroenterologist.  He would rather see a child helped by a change in diet rather than being put on prescription medications. He states, “I am by promoting diet, not drugs. This is what it is all about…and of course the pharmaceutical world is not happy about this idea!” A gluten-free diet is often the cure for the sick, the tired, the grumpy and the fat.
He goes on to say, “Have you noticed that more and more people are adopting a gluten-free diet?  Have you seen that an increasing number of doctors are endorsing the concept of a gluten-free environment?  Research into gluten-related disorders shows that you do not have to have the condition of celiac disease to benefit from a gluten-free diet.”  Ford points to this recent paper:
"Spectrum of gluten-related disorders: consensus on new nomenclature and classification." By Sapone et al.  BMC Medicine 2012, 10:13
Yes, the top 15 celiac-doctors have now acknowledged that gluten-related illness is an important and common disease.
Major food retailers are actively promoting their gluten-free grocery lines, and the growth of gluten-free products is increasing exponentially.
Professor Ford is saying that everyone would be better of abandoning wheat. With so many crops in America being damaged by drought, perhaps now is the time to think about planting alternative grains.
To reserve space contact Dr Lisa Shaver, branch manager of Gluten Intolerance Group of Portland
with number of people who will be attending:
Facebook: GIGofPortland

$15 adults, kids 12 and under free (cash/check only at the door)
 Mittleman Jewish Community Center
6651 SW Capitol Hwy Portland OR 97219

Friday, September 7, 2012

Turning Beauty Inside Out

Supercharge your looks with my top three beauty nutrients.
Beautiful definitely begins by detoxifying your body. It is the first step toward a healthier, more radiant you.
When you look in the mirror and notice problems – breakouts and redness, age spots, brittle hair, and thin, splitting nails, you’re seeing the first signs of outward reflections that are linked to inner imbalances. The key to beauty – both inside and out— is one organ that nobody is talking about, your liver.
A lean mean, chemical clearing machine, the liver cleans one and one-half quarts of blood every minute of the day so that other organs can be nourished by purified blood, and it neutralizes toxic wastes, sending them off to the next detox organ, the kidneys for elimination. The liver also chemically deactivates vital hormones (such as estrogen), thereby maintaining hormonal balance, sustains the body’s major detoxification pathways, makes bile salts, produces cholesterol and amino acids, stores vitamin A, D, B12, and iron, metabolizes fat for energy, and regulates blood sugar for energy. Alcohol, high fructose corn syrup, GMO foods, prescription or over-the-counter drugs, fatty foods, smoking, and a plethora of environmental toxins from pesticides and exhaust fumes to hair spray and rocket fuel runoff thwart the work of this blockbuster workaholic.
When your liver is on overload, toxins find their way through your skin, and radically affect its clarify and elasticity. The skin, like the liver, is a major detoxifying organ, so waste materials exit through the skin’s pores and show up on your face, hair, and nails. Wrinkles, blotchy patches, acne, and blemishes appear. Your complexion may start to look sallow, grayish or discolored. There are more bad hair days than you care to mention. And your fingernails can turn yellow, split easily or develop white spots.
When these red flags appear, covering them up with concealers or makeup won’t make them go away. Your body is sending a clear message: it’s time to detoxify your liver!
Specific beautifying nutrients are the keys to radiant good looks and glowing health. My three favorites are chlorophyll, artichoke and the amino acid, L-taurine:
1. Chlorophyll-rich greens like kale, arugala, escarole and collards are powerful blood purifiers and natural internal deodorizers.
2. Artichokes, especially hearts, contain cynarin and silymarin, phytonutrients (plant chemicals) that studies show protect the liver from toxins in part by stabilizing liver cell membranes. Silymarin is ten times as potent an antioxidant as vitamin E, and increases the body’s production of glutathione and SOD, the liver’s premier antioxidant and key enzyme.
3. Taurine deficiency can greatly add to chemical sensitivity and depress the body’s ability to detoxify chemicals – wow, this is one important amino acid! It is absolutely critical for the formation of bile acids. Bile is a central root for the elimination of chemicals detoxified by the body. The best food source of taurine is organ meats which most of us do not eat in this day and age.
These liver loving elements are so integral to the liver’s Phase 1 and Phase 2 detox processes that I include both the food sources and a supplement in my diet to ensure that I’m getting my daily dose of living beauty.
To make certain you’re getting enough of these essential nutrients, I recommend Liver Lovin Formula which contains 300 mg of artichoke, 500 mg of copper-free chlorophyll, and 250 mg of L-taurine.
Adults can take 1 capsules of Liver Lovin Formula daily with meals, or green up your smoothie by blending a few capsules with fresh or frozen berries and a scoop of clean protein powder like Fat Flush Body Protein.

-Edge On Health, Dr. Ann Louise Gittleman

Wise Words

"If you always do
What you've always done,
You'll always be
What you've always been."
-Josh McDowell

"Today you are you
That is truer than true,
There is no one alive
Who is Youer than You."
-Dr. Seuss

Gluten Free Shampoo and Conditioner

Here’s a list of current gluten free shampoo and conditioner brands.

List Of Ingredients That Contain Gluten In Non-Food Products Like Shampoo And Conditioner 

Most often non-food companies will not simply state “wheat” on the ingredients label. They use complicated scientific names.
  • OAT
-Dr. Kenneth Fine of Entrolab

Hair Care

Here are some of the Gluten Free products that our
GIGSWWA members use and are very happy with!
Biolage By Matrix
Jason Natural
Naturally Dah'ling
Redken's Time Reset Line

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Gluten Free Information

Do you use gluten free shampoo and contitioner?
Dr. Kenneth Fine of Entrolab recommends using gluten free topical products.
In this post I list some gluten free shampoo and conditioner options.
Need a simple and easy breakfast/lunch/snack recipe?
Here's one I've been enjoying.
Talk soon, Andrew Cordova
p.s. Please rate 5 stars, leave a comment, click "Like", and "Pin".

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Red Lion Nectarines

Luscious, juicy, and beautifully ruby colored by
Mother Nature herself, Red Lion nectarines are
truly the "king" of all nectarines. Sweet as nectar,
as the word "nectarine" implies, they are the
"roaring" epitome of sweetness.
Like peaches, Red Lion nectarines are nutritious:
They are sodium free, low on calories, and a good
source of vitamins A and C, and potassium.

Easy Red Lion Nectarine Mousse
1 pound Red Lion nectarines
3/4 cup heavy whipping cream
2 tbsp organic sugar
1/4 tsp vanilla
1/8 tsp cinnamon
Thin nectarine slices for garnish (optional)
6 cinnamon sticks (optional)
Cut 1 pound nectarines from pits into a blender or
food processor. Whirl until mixture is a smooth puree,
scraping container sides as needed. If desired, to
remove bits of peel, rub puree through a fine strainer
in a bowl.
In another bowl, whip cream until it holds soft peeks.
Add sugar and vanilla and continue to whip until distinct
peaks form. Fold in nectarine puree and cinnamon.
Spoon into wine or martini glasses. Garnish, if you like,
with nectarine slices and cinnamon sticks.

-Fresh Ideas Magazine, August 2012

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Rise Bars

Rise & Shine with Rise Bar on QVC & Nab a Gift Card to our Online Store!
The early bird gets the worm, and in this case a $50 Rise Bar gift card, too! Tune in to QVC tomorrow Wednesday, September 5th at 7 a.m. ET / 4 a.m. PT, then visit us on Facebook and leave a comment on our wall that you saw us on air. Every fan who comments will be entered to win a $50 gift card for our online store.

QVC will be offering a 24-pack of Rise Breakfast Bars for only $38! And don’t worry about shipping – it’s already included! Kick start your morning with our 24-pack of Cashew Almond, Macadamia Pineapple, Honey Walnut, Perfect Pumpkin, and Cranberry Apple Rise Breakfast Bars.

Tune in to your local QVC channel or stream it live on your computer by clicking HERE. And remember to leave us a comment on Facebook if you tune in – someone’s going to win $50 worth of Rise Bars! Can’t wait to read your comments!

Keep on Rising!

Peter Spenuzza
Rise Bar

Monday, September 3, 2012

5 Fresh produce Picks to Try

Enjoy a side of bok choy, a type of cabbage, sliced and sauteed
with garlic and ginger. Add other veggies and meat for a stir-fry.
Snack on the vivid flesh of ripe papaya tossed with chili powder
and lime. Frozen, the sweet, musky fruit is great in smoothies.
Belgian endive can be sliced lengthwise and grilled, but we love
the crunchy uncooked leaves as scoops for bites of soft cheese or
smoked fish.
Tomatillos have a mouth-puckering flavor that makes them delicious
raw or roasted in salsa. They're also bright and luscious when
braised with chicken.
Choose jicama when you crave crunch. Cut it into matchsticks for
slaw or salads. It's refreshing, mild, and won't discolor like tubers

-Everyday Food Magazine, May 2012

Sesame Broccolini

Set a steamer basket in a large saucepan filled with
2 inches simmering water; add 2 bunches Broccolini,
trimmed. Cover and steam until crisp-tender, about
6 minutes. Transfer to a platter. Season with coarse salt
and ground black pepper, drizzle with 2 teaspoons
toasted sesame oil, and sprinkle with 1 tablespoon
toasted sesame seeds. serves 4

-Everyday Food Magazine, May 2012


Turn up the heat- and add a bit of tang while you're
at it- with these pickled peppers. Although pepperoncini
are closely related to other sweet peppers such as banana
and yellow wax, they are slightly spicier than those varieties.
Harvested when still green, or immature, they are most often
pickled in a vinegary brine to be used as an antipasto or a
topping for deli sandwiches and Greek salads.
Pepperoncini are usually found in the condiment aisle along-
side other jarred peppers and pickles; they are sold either
whole or sliced. They are shelf stable until opened, then must
be refrigerated.
Try these tangy gems battered, fried, and served with a ranch
dip, finely chopped in tuna or pasta salads, as a replacement
for pickles in tarter sauce or relish, or even baked into mac
and cheese with sharp white cheddar.

-Everyday Food Magazine, May 2012

Save the Date

Our next GIG Support Meeting is September 22, 2012, 10am-12pm
PeaceHealth Hospital, 92nd Ave & Mill Plain Rd. 
Go up the steps to the Health Education Center - Auditorium
Our Guest Speakers are:
Gluten Free Choice Consulting, Wendy Cohan R.N.
Fairycakes, Miriam MacDermot will bring samples of her new products
and will tell us about her exciting new venture.
Don't miss it!!

Sunday, September 2, 2012

New Seasons Market

Upcoming Events
SE 164th & SE McGillivray Blvd. 

End-of-Summer Kid's Party!
Sunday, September 9th, Noon-4pm
Join us for an afternoon of kid-approved
food and late-summer fun! Meet the Reptile Man
and his menagerie, grab a healthy snack, make a
smoothie with our bike blender, or build your
very own roller derby car out of fruits and

Back-to-School Gluten-free Food Fair
Tuesday, September 15th, Noon - 4pm
Sample gluten-free foods that are lunchbox-ready
from some of our favorite local vendors, and make
your gluten-free life even better with lectures on
label-reading, balancing your blood sugar and
eating a wholesome diet, led by our team of

-The Columbian, Sunday September 2, 2012

The Scoop on Strawberries

Just eight of these juicy gems will get you all
the vitamin C you need in a day, plus plenty of
folate, potassium and fiber. And strawberries'
ruby red hue isn't just for looks- anthocyanin,
the phytonutrient behind the bright color, is a
powerful antioxidant that may help fight cancer
and lower your risk of heart disease. Strawberries
are among the produce grown with the most
pesticides, so buy organic whenever possible.
Good Tips for Getting Great Berries
Look for small or medium-size strawberries that
are red and fragrant, with no soft spots. For the
best flavor, it's worth seeking out locally grown
ones- strawberries are harvested in every state
in the United States. Wash them just before
eating. They'll keep in the fridge for up to 3 days.

-Everyday Food Magazine, May 2012

Gluten-free Pasta Primer

There are oodles of new noodles at the
supermarket these days. They give pasta lovers
with gluten sensitivity plenty of tasty, no-fuss
Know Your Type
Choosing an alternative pasta boils down to
personal preference. Rice pasta, usually made
with brown rice, is one of the most popular types,
thanks to its mild flavor. Corn pasta has a bright
yellow color and rough texture that's good for
holding sauces, but the flavor can be distinctly
corny. Quinoa pasta sounds like a nutritional
home run, but it is always made with other
flours, typically corn. In our test kitchen, the
pasta of choice is a blend of rice flour, potato
starch, and soy flour, which is toothsome and
lacks a telltale flavor.
Cook It Right
The worst thing you can do to gluten-free
noodles is overcook them- they'll become
soft and slimy. Read the cooking instructions,
but test often, says Jacqueline Mallorca, author
of Gluten-Free Italian. "As soon as they're
tender, drain them".
Use It Well
If you're giving gluten-free pasta a go for the
first time, Mallorca suggests serving it with a
hearty sauce, such as ragu or Alfredo, so you
won't notice the difference. Don't serve rice pasta
cold or keep it for leftovers: It will harden when
cooled- just like leftover rice- resulting in stiff,
cardboardlike noodles.

-Everyday Food Magazine, May 2012

Better Pressure Predictor

Two blood pressure readings may be better than one.
British researchers found that a difference between the
readings from your right and left arms is a marker for
early vascular disease. Make sure your doc always takes
your pressure in both arms. Even if there's no discrepancy,
knowing if your pressure's high lets you act right away to
reduce heart attack risk by eating a Mediterranean diet
and exercising.

-Prevention Magazine, August 2012

Health Fair

Chuck's Produce & Street Market
September 9-14, 2012
Athena Day Spa Gift Certificate
Drawing on Friday, 9/14, 2:00pm
Fruit salad, cake and apple juice served
from 11am-2pm
Demos, vendors, wellness experts and free
sampling throughout the store. Come on down!