Parkview introduces Cooking to LiVe program to community


News release from Parkview Health:

Parkview introduces Cooking to LiVe program to community

(November 15, 2013) – Parkview LiVe, in partnership with the Allen County Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service, will offer Cooking to LiVe, a series of free cooking classes. Participants can learn how to prepare healthy, wholesome recipes, and how to substitute ingredients to make meals delicious and more nutritious.

Those who wish to attend may elect to attend any number of classes in the series. All classes will meet from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. at Leo United Methodist Church, 13527 Leo Road, Leo-Cedarville, Ind.. Class dates include: Nov. 19, Dec. 17, Jan. 21, Feb.18 and March 18. To enroll, call the Leo United Methodist Church office at (260) 627-2161. Class size is limited to 12 individuals, ages 18 and older.


About Parkview LiVe
Parkview LiVe is a health-and-wellness program aimed at creating awareness for and supporting healthier lifestyles for families throughout the region. Parkview LiVe offers modern messaging and resources to help your busy family and your kids navigate important healthy behaviors — moving more and eating better to be your best!

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