McDowell LFAC Wants You at the Table
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You are invited to attend the McDowell Local Food Advisory Council (LFAC) Community Meeting to celebrate the dedication of the Foothills Food Hub kitchen to Sue Glovier on Wednesday, June 21, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m, 263 Barnes Road, Marion.
The Sue Glovier Teaching Kitchen will honor Sue Glovier, a long-time resident, educator, and volunteer in McDowell County. Sue has served McDowell County throughout her life. She was awarded the 2013 Governor’s Medallion Award for Volunteer Service, a volunteer service award for the top volunteers in the state. If you have been living in McDowell County for a while, it’s fair to say that you have probably eaten a meal prepared by Sue Glovier. During her life of service, Sue was involved with reunions, McDowell Hospice, Senior Home-bound Meals, Pioneer Days, Oktoberfest, 4-H clubs, and the Extension Community Association.
Sue’s working days were spent with McDowell County Schools until she retired in 1995. It was in 1993 that Sue made the switch from educator to Director of Food Services for the school system. Food, eating healthy, and helping others how to prepare healthy meals has always been a part of Sue’s life. Given that history, allowing for the teaching kitchen to be in her name will continue Sue’s contribution to families learning to prepare and experience healthy meals far into the future.
The Foothills Food Hub and Sue Glovier Teaching Kitchen serves as a vibrant hub for culinary education, empowering individuals of all ages and backgrounds with essential cooking skills. By providing accessible culinary training and fostering an understanding of healthy food choices, we strive to create a ripple effect that improves nutrition, reduces food waste, and enhances overall well-being in our community
You can make a donation to the Sue Glovier Teaching Kitchen to ensure that this vision remains alive and well. When you donate, make a note that you would like your contribution to be earmarked for the kitchen.
Dinner will be served, and McDowell LFAC will discuss how we got here and what we are doing now and where we are going. The McDowell LFAC is a community driven council, and the Foothills Food Hub is a community space. You are invited to shape the future of the council, and our impact on the local food system. Please Register.
park in the gravel lot and enter through
the rear warehouse entrance