Heather Whittemore ’17 writes in:
Local Co-Op for the fall semester is about to begin! We are hosting an information session for anyone new to the process to explain how the co-op works and how to sign up. Attending the meeting is not required to participate in co-op! Link to Facebook event
Date: Thursday, September 15
Time: 8:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Place: PAC 001
From the queen of cheese, Eva Steinberg ’17, comes an announcement:
it’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for…the local co-op survey is here!!
please only fill the form out once per person/group
email any questions to wesleyanlocalcoop[at]gmail[dot]com
SURVEY DUE SUNDAY FEBRUARY 7TH AT 6PM
let it be known that the description for this photo was “stock-photo-good-looking-bearded-hippie-man-holding-a-bag-of-fresh-organic-fruit-and-vegetables-isolated”
Scott Zimmer ’14, king of beautiful locks and vegetables, is here to help you eat local:
Have you heard about the Local Food Co-op? For the last few semesters, we have been sourcing a large variety of local foods, and allowing students like you to buy them at wholesale prices through your meal plan. This semester we’re offering produce, milk, cheese, yogurt and ice cream, meat, coffee, eggs, bread, tofu, seitan and granola. That’s a lot of foods!
If you’re interested in hearing more about the co-op, we’re holding an information session this Sunday, from 6-7 in Shanklin 107. We’d love to give you the whole run down. If you’ve been in the co-op before or already know about it, this meeting is not mandatory.
The deadline for signing up with the form below is WEDNESDAY NIGHT (January 29th)!
If you’re ready to sign up, here’s the link to do it!
Any questions? Just email wesleyanlocalcoop[at]gmail[dot]com
What? Go to the info session!
When? Sunday, January 26th at 6pm
Where? Shanklin 107
Looking for a Sunday evening snack? FYI, the “Acts of Advocacy” mentioned include using materials for advocacy and letter-writing. From Miranda Katz ’15:
Come buy Challah for Hunger in Olin tonight! We’ll be selling plain ($5) and apple cinnamon ($7) loaves from 7-9. If you complete an Act of Advocacy, you get $1 off! All proceeds go to aid in Darfur and local hunger relief efforts.
Date: Tonight, October 7th
Place: Olin Lobby
Remember Doc’s Grille last year? If you’ve been involved with a student-run food delivery service, you’ll know that there’s demand—especially after hours. E.W. ’13 wants to deliver you fresh bread, and all you gotta do is text:
Love fresh bread? Miss the smell of it? Never had fresh bread before? Convinced that bread in fact grows within the brand labeled bag?
Well you’re in luck! Beginning today, fresh bread for great prices delivered to wherever you are!
Just like the page on Facebook and get alerts when bread has come out of the oven! Text me if you’re interested and I’ll deliver it straight to you!
We have it on good authority that pricing is at $3-$5 a loaf. The Breadery can be reached via text (720.252.6096) and via Facebook—and it totally has timeline.
Boy with bread
Chloe Holden ’15, co-coordinator of a group under the Housing & Hunger program called Bread Salvage, is looking for new volunteers.
To help keep Bread Salvage going, we need volunteers to help out once a week for just an hour and a half – either the Monday run from 1-2:30 p.m., or the Thursday run from 10:30 a.m. to noon. It’s straightforward, fun, and a great fit if you love bread, kids, social justice, world peace, and free donuts.
Cassie Garvin ’14 wants you to eat and save lives.
Come buy challah at Olin! The proceeds go to aid in Darfur. We will be selling plain challah for $5 and apple cinnamon for $7. If you complete an Act of Advocacy, you will get a $1 discount. Come and buy some! They are delicious and it is for an very important cause!
Date: April 10 – April 10
Time: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM