Project Pink’d Expands Chef’s Table Survivorship Program to Lincoln
There’s nothing more fun than a night out with the girls, great food and someone else doing the dishes-especially when you’re a breast cancer survivor. Recently, Project Pink’d (projectpinkd.org) debuted a favorite on their survivorship program menu, Chef’s Table, to survivors in Lincoln.
Attendees filled-up on nutrition information as a certified oncology nutritionist dispelled the myths of nutrition and cancer and a healthy cooking expert stirred up something special during a cooking demo and tasting party. At the end of this fun evening, participants were given all the ingredients needed to make the recipe at home.
“We are excited and proud to welcome Lincoln to our Chef’s Table family. As we work each year to expand our reach, it was natural to include Lincoln as a host location this year, just as we expanded our Care to Share program to Lincoln last year. This is one of my favorite Project Pink’d programs, because I’ve always believed that good nutrition can play a big role in how we feel and how much energy we have to further our thriving goals. Learning to improve our lives and having a good time doing it – sounds like a great recipe to me. We appreciate our sponsors and donors for making it possible to bring Chef’s Table to Lincoln and we thank the community for welcoming us,” stated Cynthia Sturgeon, Project Pink’d founder and president.