We hope you enjoyed the beautiful weather this weekend and are excited for a new week in Anabel’s!
As an update to our semester plans, Anabel’s last day of operation will be on May 7th. We will have our last community dinner on May 6th at 6:30 PM in Anabel Taylor Hall. Please use the QR code below to RSVP to this free dinner :)
Mid Semester Feedback Form
In an effort to improve our operations for you all, we ask that you fill out our mid-semester feedback form. This will help us get a better understanding of your wants, needs, and experiences from Anabel’s so we can better serve you. As a special thank you, you will receive 10% off your next order if you show the completed form at checkout.
Recipe Corner: East African Stew
Make this delicious East African Stew using ingredients from Anabel’s!!
Big Red Food Drive - Looking for Volunteers!
Do you have leftover BRBs and want to utilize them for a good cause? Donate your extra BRBs to the Big Red Food Drive!
The Big Red Food Drive is Cornell Hunger Relief's (CHR) annual food donation effort. As part of this drive, CHR encourages students to use any BRBs they have left at the end of the year to buy non-perishable food items, which we collect near on-campus convenience stores. Every year, CHR donates all collected food items to the Friendship Donations Network, a local hunger relief program that redistributes the donations to community members in need.
The Big Red Food Drive will take place Sunday, May 7th - Sunday, May 22nd in the RPCC lobby and Noyes Community Center.
HOW TO DONATE: Bring any of the listed items to CHR's collection bins in the RPCC lobby and Noyes Community Center or buy non-perishable items at Bear Necessities or Jansen’s and drop them off at our bins in the lobbies of Noyes and RPCC.
- peanut butter
- granola bars
- cereal (low in sugar)
- kid-friendly healthy snacks
- beans, lentils or brown rice
- raisins and other dried fruit
- whole wheat pasta
- canned fruits
- canned vegetables
**Cans with pop-top lids are preferred when possible because many people do not have access to a can opener.
Personal care items are also very important for our community partners, especially feminine hygiene products. We would be happy to accept any of these items as well.
VOLUNTEER: Sign up here.
LEARN MORE: http://friendshipdonations.org/
FOLLOW US HERE: https://www.facebook.com/CornellHungerRelief
EMAIL US HERE: email@example.com
Finger Lakes Forecast Webinar!
The Finger Lakes Forecast webinar series is free and open to the public. The first of these webinars, Climate Disruption and Food Security, will take place at 12pm EST on April 27 and include a screening of Uplifted Ithaca's short documentary Our Farmers in Flux: Adapting to Climate Change, followed by a panel discussion with Graham Savio, Cornell Cooperative Extension Tompkins County; Katie Hallas, Tompkins Food Future; Klaas Martens, Lakeview Organic Grain; and Chaw Chang, Stick and Stone Farm.
Sustainable Tompkins, a community-based organization located in Tompkins County NY, recently announced their new webinar series, Finger Lakes Forecast, which focuses on how climate change will impact life in the Finger Lakes Region and what people can do for themselves and their communities to prepare.
Hope to see you in the store this week :)