Also in the money is the Clarence Park Community Centre Food Cooperative.
The CPCC is about to celebrate their 30th Anniversary by:
– recognising their community building tradition by sharing ‘thank you’ gifts of Food Co-op produce and items, made from Food Co-op ingredients, with community members, and
– host a party incorporating the Co-op’s healthy food ethos in the catering and activities.
– Celebrate 2012 being the UN ‘Year of the Co-operative’ with an information display about co-operatives, how they function and their place in the community.
This is the same theme as the kindergarten I blogged about earlier today. Both of these projects are not only steeped in community involvement but address another area that Council is keen to promote and encourage and that is food sustainability.
Well Done CPCC.