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BARS March 2017 Meeting

March 7 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

shellfishing rake and basket full of quahogs

The next BARS meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 7th.

Our next meeting will take place at the West Barnstable Community Building on Route 149 Tuesday, March 7 at 7:00 pm. Our speaker for the evening will be Kimberly M. Concra, LDN. Kim is a nutrition and food safety specialist with Cape Cod Cooperative Extension. Her topic will be: Nutrition Considerations: Shellfish on My Plate. Ms. Contra’s degree is in human nutrition and is a licensed nutritionist (LDN) with the State. She is co-chair of the Cape Cod Hunger Network and works with food pantries to teach people how to prepare healthy meals from available foods. As part of her work she teaches nutrition workshops to Senior Centers, preschool parents, and teachers, and conducts cooking demonstrations. Through various grant funding Kim put together a cookbook for food pantries titled Cook Well, Eat Well, Live Well.

She also helps with biometric screenings and wellness activities with the County,  and teaches ServSafe food safety manager classes to food service professionals. Kim belongs to the MA Partnership of Food Safety Education which brings representatives from USDA, FDA, Dept of Public Health and Food Protection Program together to promote food safety education. A member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, she is also a member of the Dietitians in Integrative and Functional Nutrition. She serves on the Board of Directors of Barnstable County Beekeepers, Lower Cape Outreach Council, and Cape Cod Children’s Place.

Please bring your questions and a guest as our meetings are always open to the public.

Photo of rake and basket of quahogs at Scudder’s Lane, Barnstable by Andrew Newman

Organizer

Bill Shumway
Email:
shellfishing@shellfishing.org

Venue

West Barnstable Community Building
2401 Meetinghouse Way
West Barnstable, MA 02668 United States
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Phone:
(508) 790-6345
Website:
http://www.westbarnstable.org