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What all goes on at these meetings? I'm trying to decide if giving up other weekend activities would work for me or not, to be able to attend the meeting.
0 · June 7, 2013
Our meeting is once a month. Health outreach is important to me.
1 · June 7, 2013
it's where I got educated about gluten. Usually we have different guest speakers at the meetings.
Even without a speaker, Lisa Shaver (our leader) is a wealth of information. She is a naturalpathic Doctor, specializing in the gut!
You are the best Barbara. Thanks for keeping the group thriving.
1 · June 5, 2013
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A community for eating and sharing Gluten Free food.
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Plus when we get together, you know you won't have to wonder if anything is safe to eat.
This group is for Celiacs, gluten-intolerant, and gluten-free curious.
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