Posts Tagged ‘food’

  • Group helps feed our citizens

    Feb 9, 16 • 0 Views • Business, Feature Story1 Comment

      Armed with locally grown food and cold, hard cash, members of the Kent Federation of Agriculture (KFA) celebrated Food Freedom Day Feb. 9 by donating to local food banks. The KFA delivered about $2,600 in donations to Outreach for Hunger and the...

  • Diverse weekend right here in C-K

    Oct 28, 15 • 0 Views • Bruce Uncorked, Feature Story, Life, Local News1 Comment

    The Corcorans enjoyed a solid family weekend in Chatham-Kent, with good food mixed in. As I said, it all took place within our municipality. A few short years ago, we’d have had to head out of town for two key elements of our weekend. It started with the...

  • Club helps feed hungry local students

    Oct 20, 15 • 0 Views • Feature Story, LifeNo Comments

    Students in Chatham-Kent who may need a little extra help filling the hunger gap at lunch time can count on the May Court Club of Chatham to be there for them. The club’s Emergency Lunch Box (ELB) program convenor Sue Cummings said fundraisers like the...

  • Lots of spice at the Kebab Hut

    Sep 10, 15 • 0 Views • BusinessNo Comments

    One of Chatham-Kent’s newest restaurants held its grand opening recently. The Kebab Hut, on St. Clair Street, has been open for more than a month, but after a soft opening, the owners opted to host dignitaries and invite the public in for a taste recently....

  • CK Table part of ag-culinary weekend

    Sep 9, 15 • 0 Views • Feature Story, LifeNo Comments

    The table is getting so crowded that it’s expanding. The CK Table, that is. The event – winner of the 2014 Ontario Culinary Tourism Award for Ontario Culinary Tourism Event – is in its fifth year. It’s expanding to include the full weekend. The...

  • Of Depression and donuts

    Jul 3, 15 • 0 Views • Feature Story, LifeNo Comments

    The impact of diet on mental health Mental health is no longer a taboo subject. Not-for-profit organizations, employers, school boards, and health agencies are pushing mental health issues into the open. The societal impact of mental health is undeniably...

  • Searching for healthy answers

    Jun 10, 15 • 0 Views • Feature Story, Viewpoint4 Comments

    One of the more surprising bits of information we’ve received recently is the news that despite living in one of the foremost agricultural areas of the country, Chatham-Kent residents are among the lowest in consuming vegetables and fruits. Chatham Mazda...

  • Eat your veggies, C-K

    Jun 1, 15 • 0 Views • Feature Story, Local NewsNo Comments

    Chatham-Kent may grow for the world but we need to begin eating for ourselves, according to Teresa Bendo, Chatham-Kent’s director of public health. During celebrations marking Local Food Week, Bendo said despite agriculture being the mainstay of the local...

  • Food, yard work and family

    Nov 12, 14 • 187 Views • Bruce Uncorked, Feature StoryNo Comments

    It’s been a very busy fall for the Corcorans, so this past weekend was the perfect tonic: food, yard work and family. Due to a death in the family, we delayed one of my brother-in-law’s birthday celebrations from mid-October until Saturday. I fired up the...

  • Food workshop set for Nov. 19

    Nov 6, 14 • 127 Views • LifeNo Comments

      A “Fall in Love with Fall Foods” workshop will be held Nov. 19 from 6:30 p.m. 8 p.m. The workshop will be hosted by the Chatham branch of Chatham-Kent Public Library, in partnership with Chatham-Kent Public Health. Participants will leave the...