In this pilot project sponsored by The Ferndale Community Meal families will explore ways to prepare healthy meals on a budget. The series will consist of 6 cooking classes.
Topics will include:
March 19th - Southwest Cuisine
April 2nd - Asian Seafood Cuisine
April 16th - Italian Pastas & Salads
May 7th - Sublime Soups & Spices
May 21st - Slow cooked meats, poultry, & veggies
June 4th - Grilling to Perfection
Holiday Asssistance is availalbe to low-income families living in Ferndale through the generosity of the Ferndale Holiday Giving Store. This year the store will be located in the Carnation Building (next to Samuel's Furniture) at 1920 Main St., Suite #1 in Ferndale.
Applications can be obtained through elementary school Family Community Coordinators and Middle and High School counselors. Head Start and Lummi Nation families should contact Family Advocates at their schools for applications.
Interfaith Community Health Center's Mobile Dental Clinic is coming to your child's school!
Operation School Bell
A program of The Assistance League
1415 Cornwall St.
Operation School Bell gives low-income children in grades K-5 2 new sets of school clothes each year. Parents and guardians can sign their children up for this service by contacting their elementary school's Family Community Coordinator.
Clothing and vouchers are issued on a first come, first served basis. Supplies often run out by December so please act quickly.
A 7-WEEK CLASS FOR FAMILIES WITH 10-14 YEAR OLD CHILDREN
TUESDAYS, APRIL 9TH -MAY 21ST, 2013
6:00 – 8:30 p.m.
CLASSES WILL BE HELD AT HORIZON MIDDLE SCHOOL, 2671 THORNTON RD., FERNDALE.
DINNER PROVIDED AT ALL CLASSES
FEE: $35 FOR THE ENTIRE SESSION
SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST
Adults and children in need of a warm winter coat can come to the United Church of Ferndale (2034 Washington Street) on:
Wednesday, October 19th, 10am-1pm OR
Saturday, October 22nd, 10am-1pm
This event is sponsored by the Interfaith Coalition www.interfaithchc.org
WANT TO DONATE A WARM WINTER COAT?
Drives are going on throughout our community. Clean coats in good condition may be dropped off at The United Church (before noon), at the District Office, or bring to an elementary school's Family Community Coordinator. Thanks for your support!
The Other Bank
5694 Second Avenue
Hours: Tuesdays, 10am-Noon
The Other Bank provides hygiene, personal care, and household products to low-income families with children in the Ferndale School District. Families may use The Other Bank one time each month. Contact your school's Family Community Coordinator for more information or a registration form.