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Food Creates Community, with Jordan Swim

ACU Locavore Club and Connecting Caring Communities

Friday, March 30, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (CDT)

Abilene, TX

Food Creates Community, with Jordan Swim

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Food Creates Community, with Jordan Swim

Please join us for the second annual fundraiser for the ACU Locavore Club! In conjunction with our annual Just Food Fare at ACU, the ACU Locavores are partnering with Connecting Caring Communities to host a community-building dinner from locally-sourced foods, prepared by Chef Jordan Swim of Dallas.

Where? North Park Friendship House, 2701 Hickory, Abilene, TX

When? Friday, March 30, 6-8 pm.

 

Table sponsorships are available. If you'd like to purchase a table, please e-mail Jon Camp at jonathan.camp@acu.edu or call him at 325-232-5861. Table sponsorships make the experience possible for community members who might not be able to afford to participate. We want this to be community-building, and not exclusive.

ACU Locavore club members will serve the meal. Tips will be accepted and will contribute directly to the ACU Locavore club and CCC.

Tickets must be purchased by Friday, March 30, at 3 pm.

Also, don't miss the second annual Just Food Fair at ACU, featuring Jordan Swim. Live music, farmers market, inspiring message. Free to the public. ACU's Moody Coliseum, Thursday, 03/29. Farmers Market begins at 4:30. Jordan speaks at 5. Farmers Market resumes at 6.

We look forward to dining with you!

 

Have questions about Food Creates Community, with Jordan Swim? Contact ACU Locavore Club and Connecting Caring Communities

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2701 Hickory St.
Abilene, TX

Friday, March 30, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (CDT)


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ACU Locavore Club and Connecting Caring Communities

The ACU Locavores exist to promote the health, environmental, social, and spiritual benefits of locally-grown food, and to participate in sustainable, small-scale agricultural systems.

Connecting Caring Communities, a comprehensive community initiative, works to restore the foundation of safe and caring communities by rebuilding the system of caring relationships. We bring together caring partners from all walks of life. Why? Because we believe true community renewal changes the world-one neighbor at a time.

 

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