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Do Right! Walnut Hills Cook & Sip

April 13 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm


Melrose YMCA

FREE
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Want to learn how to cook a healthy meal? Do right and drink right at the Walnut Hills Cook & Sip.

Calling all Walnut Hills residents and more to come out for a Cook and Sip with Chef Anthony Jordan. Chef Jordan will demonstrate how to cook Fettuccine Pasta Alfredo, he will also show you how to pair a wine with a healthy meal. 

 

This event is FREE and open to the public. You must be 21 and over to attend. You can also enter for a chance to win $50 by sharing their flyer with the tag #HealthGapDoRight on your social media pages. For more information please call The Center for Closing the Health Gap at 513-585-9879 or email us at ClosingtheGap@thehealthgap.org.

 

About Chef Anthony Jordon
Chef Anthony Jordan is a personal chef that provides lifestyle specific meals, caters for families and parties, and does live demos on local news channels. Follow him on Facebook at Invito Personal Chef.

 

About The Center for Closing the Health Gap
The Health Gap is a community-health grassroots organization with a clear mission: to eliminate racial and ethnic health disparities, and make Cincinnati a healthier place to live. They do this by promoting a culture of health where Cincinnatians live, work, and play. Every day, healthcare professionals face patients who have come to them too late. Years of poor nutrition, low activity levels, and social and economic factors have put them on a path to get sicker more often and die earlier than the rest of our neighbors. Fortunately, many of these situations are preventable. That’s why the Health Gap works so hard to address the cultural influences perpetuating these problems — to start breaking down the staggering roadblocks affecting Cincinnati’s underserved population.

 

Every year, they help thousands of community neighbors live better and stronger by giving them tools to stay healthy and reaching them in their neighborhoods. They are working to build a culture of health in our neighborhoods — together.

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