Archive for June, 2014

  • 3M Purification “The Sandwich Apprentice”

    Date: 2014.06.10 | Category: Archives, Current Events, Photos, Press, Special Events | Response: 0

    On behalf of our Board of Directors we thank 3M Purification Company and Employees for their generous donation to our healthy cooking program.

    The employees created a wonderful fundraising event called “The Sandwich Apprentice” where the employees had to create, market and sell the sandwiches. Funds raised from this event was donated to a local not-for-profit organization, and we were chosen.

    3M Purification Inc. designs, manufactures, and markets filtration products for the separation, clarification, and purification of fluids and gases. The company offers industrial filtration solutions, residential and foodservice water filtration products, custom solutions for cleaner air and water, and life sciences process technologies for small-molecule-pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical manufacturers. For more information please visit:

    Thank you so much for your continued support.

    P.S. WE MET THE DON… DONALD T that is.

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  • Carb-Loaded A Culture Dying To Eat

    Date: 2014.06.06 | Category: Special Events | Response: 0

    Carb-Loaded: A Culture Dying to Eat is a documentary film written and directed by Lathe Poland and Eric Carlsen. The film explores the exploding diabetes epidemic. Not by coincidence, Lathe was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes in 2010. He thought of himself as a healthy eater. He rarely ate sweets, never drank soda, and had no family history of diabetes.

    Why would a seemingly healthy thirty-something like Lathe get a disease like this? A common misconception is that diabetes is either hereditary and it’s not your fault, or you eat junk food like it’s going out of style and you end up diabetic. Is our lifestyle, culture, or food ecosystem enabling the sky-rocketing increase in diabetes and obesity? More importantly, can this wave of momentum be reversed?

    Leading nutrition scientists, and doctors weigh in on a food culture that may be responsible for the most expensive healthcare crisis in modern memory.

    For more information visit

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