Last night, EdNC hosted a Gathering for Good in Winston-Salem. As Mo Green, the executive director of the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation and EdNC Board Member, said at the end of the evening, “thanks for your work for our marvelous, intelligent, and wonderful children.”
Please take few minutes this weekend and register for EdNC’s upcoming food summit.
Join us for A Carolina Food Summit, exploring the big issues facing our Carolina Foodways in Chapel Hill on September 28 and 29. Presented through a partnership between EdNC.org, the Jamie Kirk Hahn Foundation, TerraVita, and UNC Food For All and featuring 40 local experts, chefs, school nutrition directors, farmers, authors, folklorists and more. We will discuss how a vibrant local food economy can contribute to North Carolina and the impact on all of our children. Here is more information.
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