Decora Study Club hears from nutritionist about local health food options | Local News

The Oct. 12 assembly of the Decora Study Club was held in the Victoria Women’s Clubhouse with President Mary Virginia Jacobs presiding.

The Accumulate and pledges ended up led by Joan Mathieu.

Jacobs welcomed the members, two company and a returning member. She reminded the team that Oct was Domestic Violence Recognition and Avoidance Thirty day period and Breast Most cancers Awareness Thirty day period and pointed out the women donning purple or pink in observance of individuals concerns.

She thanked Ann Heinrich, electronic mail chairman, for the wonderful drop-themed assembly reminder.

The theme for the day was, “Health needs healthful food,” to quote Roger Williams. Sandra Strickland, program chairman of the day, launched Erica Briggs, nutritionist and operator of Para Vida Wellness, a overall health food stuff cafe, as visitor speaker. Briggs understood that some of the food items she experienced been ingesting were being creating her wellness troubles so she commenced learning nutrition in earnest to come across a alternative to her troubles.

She desired to share what she had figured out with many others and Para Vida Wellness was born. She specializes in healthy, basic, flavorful, gratifying meals for men and women on unique diet plans these types of as gluten-free, sugar-free of charge, dairy-totally free and natural. There is a personnel that prepares healthy, fresh foods, treats, juices and smoothies each and every day, which are free of dyes, preservatives, synthetic substances and processed sugar. Breakfast, lunch, supper and other healthier choices are packaged to-go for hectic people.

Jacobs continued the conference with experiences. Sandra Strickland noted the minutes from the very last assembly. Karen Perkins gave the treasurer report, and she shared that the club’s donation project to 2 times Blessed is carrying out extremely effectively. Joan Mathieu, membership chairman, described the team experienced a returning member, Beverly Thompson, and a new member, Sarah Waldrop.

Serving on the membership committee ended up Joe Cornstubble and Suzanne Foertsch. Hostesses of the Day were being Robin Cadle and Tina Bonnette.

Karen Greer, plan chairman, reported that Beth Hudson will be “Exploring Prairie Pockets” at the following meeting. Mary Ann Wright, federation counselor, brought a whole lot of new pumpkins from the Pumpkin Patch at the 1st United Methodist Church that ended up utilised as decorations and door prizes.

Jacobs reminded the associates of the Alamo District Slide board conference Nov. 6 at the San Antonio Women’s Clubhouse. She and Wright will be going. Every club is requested to add anything to the district conference.