Join the Wenatchee Valley Museum and a local panel on Thursday, February 25 at 12 PM as we continue the conversation in our Social Justice Series by addressing Food Security. Food security means access to sufficient, safe, and nutritious food that meets food preferences and dietary needs for an active and healthy life. Access to quality, nutritious food is fundamental to human existence, yet millions of Americans are either unable to acquire enough food to meet their needs, or uncertain of where their next meal might come from.
Join us on Zoom and Facebook Live as we engage in a thoughtful, inclusive, and open-minded discussion about the wide-ranging benefits of food security, how the COVID pandemic has affected food security in North Central Washington, and about the local efforts to provide food security for the most vulnerable in our community.
Thom Ness, Executive Director, Serve Wenatchee
Alan Walker, Executive Director, Chelan-Douglas Action Council
Kim Romain-Bondi, Executive Director, Classroom in Bloom
Bob Mark, Community Cupboard Program Manager, Upper Valley Mend
Tracy Falkner Carlson, Community Outreach, Wenatchee First United Methodist Church
Questions may be submitted in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org, or live via Zoom Q&A, Zoom Chat, or FB Live. Thanks to partnerships with Molina Healthcare and Coordinated Care of Washington, live Spanish translation will be provided by Clarius Languages. To access this feature, participants need to log-in with the Zoom log-in and select the Spanish audio channel under the world icon.
Please click the link below to join the webinar:
Webinar ID: 818 1634 2849
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