A Chance to Learn About Cooking For Acid & Alkaline Balance
Posted Oct 27 2009 11:01pm
I used to volunteer teaching monthly macrobiotic cooking classes at the Cancer Community Center in South Portland, Maine. Then I started having problems with the reliability of my prosthetic leg, so I stopped. It's now been about 3 years. (Wow, time flies.)
Well, I'm happy to say that I'll be back teaching a class, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 31 (with my helpers), once again. My prosthetic leg isn't much better than it was when I stopped teaching — in fact, I can't wear it at all these days, but I'm doing pretty well on one leg and crutches! I've found that if I keep it simple, get super-organized and ask for help, I can do it. And it's fun. (It's probably not a bad formula for people with two legs!)
I love the Center because it offers a variety of classes, free of charge to people with cancer, their families or caregivers, and to health-care professionals. I can't think of any other place like this. And the Center relies solely on private donations and fund-raising events. Staff members are super kind and caring, as are the many volunteers. They all hold a special place in my heart.
I'm looking forward to seeing you all! For more information on my class, titled "Cooking For Acid & Alkaline Balance", please call the Cancer Community Center at (207)-774-2200. Seating is limited, so please call ahead.