This Week in Anabel's (2/23)
February Break Updates, SNAP Programs and Cornell Programs
Welcome back to another week of Anabel’s! This semester is flying by, with February Break right around the corner. Since we are student-run, we will have to close during February Break as our staff takes a much-needed break, as we hope you will as well. The breakdown of the hours is listed below.
Some exciting new things are entering Anabel’s this week! We will be getting plant sausage, butternut squash, and cinnamon raisin bread this week from Cornell Bread Club. We will also have frozen blueberries and strawberries back in stock!! As always, feel free to write product suggestions you would like to see in store next to the checkout counters :)
February Break Updated Hours
We are open our usual hours for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday this week.
We will be CLOSED on:
Anabel’s will reopen the Thursday after February break, 3/3, for our normal hours.
Could you use an extra ~$250 per month for groceries? You may be eligible to receive SNAP dollars for groceries! We're experiencing a moment in time where more people are eligible to receive SNAP due to Covid expansion policies. OSA will be hosting a SNAP/EBT workshop to inform students of SNAP benefits. Caseworkers from Tompkins County will be present to provide guidance for your application.
The workshop will be held on March 9th from 5-6 pm :)
Dilmun Hill Summer Managers Needed
Dilmun Hill Student Farm seeks four undergraduate student managers for the 2022 summer. Managers will work 35 hr/week and the pay is 13.50/hr. This is an excellent opportunity for any student interested in sustainable fruit and vegetable production and local food systems and does not require previous agricultural experience. For a more complete job description and instructions on how to apply, see the attached flyer and visit the application form for more details. All applications are due Monday, March 7.
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Food and YOU – Nurturing Solutions for Healthful and Balanced Eating
There are so many mixed and confusing messages about dieting and healthy eating in media and society, Join us to learn more about the myths and misconceptions around some recent diet trends, while learning about balanced eating. We'll explore strategies for students to foster a healthful relationship with food and a balanced eating pattern.
Wednesday, February 23, 3:30-4:30 pm
Register for the February 23 workshop to receive Zoom link (registration will remain open until workshop begins)
An Introduction to Intuitive Eating
This workshop will introduce you to what Intuitive Eating is, what it is not, who it's for, and how you can start incorporating some or all of its principles in to your day.
Monday, March 7, 3:30-4:30 pm
Zoom registration link will be available soon
We hope to see you all in the store this week and hope you have a great February Break :)