A Super Cupboard Class will begin October 8 to teach moms to cook from scratch and stretch their food dollars.  The class is open to clients of local food closets and women of limited income in the communities of Gridley, Biggs, and Live Oak.  Students cook lunch and eat with their children and the cooking coaches.  Child care is provided.  Pre-register by October 5 to take part.

A Super Cupboard Class will begin October 8 to teach moms to cook from scratch and stretch their food dollars.  The class is open to clients of local food closets and women of limited income in the communities of Gridley, Biggs, and Live Oak.  Students cook lunch and eat with their children and the cooking coaches.  Child care is provided.  Pre-register by October 5 to take part.


The Super Cupboard meets six Thursday mornings 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the First Presbyterian Church Social Hall, October 8 to November 12.  The day begins at 8:30 with coffee, snack, and inspiration.  Leaders present short sessions on cooking skills, shopping tips, and self-care.  Students will cook, eat, and take home new recipes and the food to prepare them.


The Super Cupboard is sponsored by the women of St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, First Presbyterian Church and their food pantry, and by Episcopal Community Services.  Call Mary Boeger at 846-3868 for more information or to pre-register.  Pre-registration forms are available at AgData, located on Kentucky Street, across from the Bank of America, in Gridley.