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Have Lunch on Us Today SF Recovery Theatre / From the Garden to the Table
January 26, 2018

***For Immediate Release***   January 23, 2018
contact: sfrecoverytheatre@gmail.com     
Have Lunch on Us
SF Recovery Theatre / From the Garden to the Table
On Friday January 26, 2018 SF Recovery Theatre (SFRT) will present "A Trip Down Memory Lane", another edition of their ongoing "Night at the Black Hawk" series, chronicling the lives and times of the artist and residents that lived in the shadow of the famed Black Hawk jazz club. The lunchtime concert includes healthy food options provided by The Green Mobile Health Education Kitchen (GMHEK)
Location: Cadillac Hotel 380 Eddy St., SF,Ca 94102
Date: Friday January 26, 2018
Time: 12:30 - 1:30
To all those that believed in us and imparted that belief through action, support and love. Thank you all and know this is just the beginning
On November 16, 2017 From the Garden to the Table; a healthy food, lifestyle and culture enhancement program, received a grant from the San Francisco Foundation in partnership with California Pacific Medical Center to provide targeted intervention to Single Room Occupancy Hotels (SRO) in the San Francisco Tenderloin.  The grant was facilitated by the San Francisco Department of Pubic Health to support health, safety, and environmental programs for residents in the Tenderloin and the Sixth Street Corridor. 
The grant allows the GMHEK team to continue providing healthy food and cooking alternatives to the Tenderloin SRO community in concert with SF Recovery Theatre's proprietary social delivery method. Along with monthly classes and events a portion of the grant is designated for From the Garden to the Table to build the first all "green" SRO community kitchen in the Tenderloin.
GMHEK is asking the Tenderloin community and the San Francisco public to support this very special health intervention. Please see the Go Fund Me page to learn more and donate to this needed project: https://www.gofundme.com/camelot-sro-green-kitchen-space

GMHEK is the implementation program of From the Garden to the Table (501c3) and San Francisco Recovery Theatre.

Story covered by TLTv Community Access News Service

"Night at the Black Hawk" video clip featuring Nicole Harley and Eric Ward

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