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Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Ketchup Is Not A Vegetable.

Posted By on Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 10:06 AM

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The Slow Foods Movement comes to Argenta for the new school year.  Time For Lunch is a special gathering of folks at the Certified Arkansas Farmers Market on Labor Day, to send a message to Congress:  real food belongs in schools.

The Eat-In is set for noon, and it's a potluck.  Looks like a good chance to share a community picnic to me.  More information on the jump.


Here's the information:

On Labor Day, Sept. 7, 2009, people in communities all over the country will sit down to share a meal with their neighbors and kids. This National Day of Action will send a clear message to Congress: It's time to provide America's children with real food at school.

Join us at our local Central Arkansas Eat-In. You'll bring your favorite potluck dishes and your friends and families. We'll provide tables, chairs, tents and some beverages. Together, we'll share good, REAL food, and we'll send a message to Congress that we care about what our kids eat at school.

So please, come join us for a fun and meaningful potluck lunch. See you on Labor Day!
More info and a sign-up sheet on the local Facebook page.

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