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  1. PORTLAND MAINE CELIAC/DH SUPPORT GROUP CHAPTER #88 OF CELIAC SPRUE ASSOCIATION DATE/TIME: Monday, May 15, 2006 6:00 - 8:00 pm PLACE: Maine Health Learning Resource Center Falmouth Family Health Care Center 5 Bucknam Road, Suite 1A Falmouth, ME For driving directions, go to: http://www.mainehealth.org/mh_healthinform...rningcenter.htm POTLUCK: You are asked to prepare and item or bring a store-bought product based upon your last name: A—E Bring Bread or Rolls F—J Bring a Main Dish K—O Bring Fruit, Appetizer, or Salad P—S Bring a Side Dish T—Z Bring a Dessert Please photocopy or write up the recipe (with your name on it) for what you bring along so that we may include it in our next newsletter. Having the recipe available is also helpful for those individuals who are sensitive to other foods to know what ingredients were used to prepare the dish. Note: If your recipe is copyrighted, please list the title of the book, author, and name of the recipe so that we may reference it in our newsletter. You may consider the recipe adapted if you have changed at least 3 ingredients from the original copyrighted recipe and it may be printed in its entirety in our newsletter. FMI, contact Sue Gefvert at 207-602-3543 or Paula Raleigh at 207-787-2279. ~ ~ ~ CELIACS HELPING CELIACS ~ ~ ~
  2. PORTLAND MAINE CELIAC/DH SUPPORT GROUP CHAPTER #88 OF CELIAC SPRUE ASSOCIATION/USA DATE/TIME: Monday, March 6, 2006 6:00 - 8:00 pm PLACE: Maine Health Learning Resource Center Falmouth Family Health Care Center 5 Bucknam Road, Suite 1A Falmouth, ME For driving directions, go to: http://www.mainehealth.org/mh_healthinform...rningcenter.htm POTLUCK: You are asked to prepare and item or bring a store-bought product based upon your last name: A—E Bring Fruit, Appetizer or Salad F—J Bring a Side Dish K—O Bring a Dessert P—S Bring Bread or Rolls T—Z Bring a Main Dish Please photocopy or write up the recipe (with your name on it) for what you bring along so that we may include it in our next newsletter. Having the recipe available is also helpful for those individuals who are sensitive to other foods to know what ingredients were used to prepare the dish. Note: If your recipe is copyrighted, please list the title of the book, author, and name of the recipe so that we may reference it in our newsletter. You may consider the recipe adapted if you have changed at least 3 ingredients from the original copyrighted recipe and it may be printed in its entirety in our newsletter. FMI, contact Sue Gefvert at 207-602-3543 or Paula Raleigh at 207-787-2279. ~ ~ ~ CELIACS HELPING CELIACS ~ ~ ~
  3. PORTLAND, MAINE On July 2, Regina Erskine will be completing her 4,000 mile Coast to Coast for Celiac fundraising and awareness bicycle adventure from California to Maine. Join us for the Grand Finale as she rides into Portland and arrives at Payson Park! The Arrival Ceremony will be at 12 pm. Lunch will be served at 1:00 pm. MEAL RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED: $15.00 per person. Gluten-free food will be provided by Outback Steakhouse (steak, chicken, garlic mashed potatoes, salad, and dessert). Smoothies and Water will be provided by Wild Oats Marketplace. Proceeds to benefit the "Coast to Coast for Celiac" Campaign. For more information about this fundraising effort, please see the "Coast to Coast for Celiac" website at http://students.paeweb.org/erskiner/index1.html You can also follow Regina's progress as she bicycles from California to Maine! This Grand Finale Celebration is being co-sponsored by: University of Maryland Baltimore Foundation Celiac Sprue Association - Portland Maine Celiac/DH Support Group City of Portland Department of Health and Human Services Reservations deadline is June 15. Limited to 160 tickets. To make reservations, you may make your checks payable to "Coast to Coast for Celiac" and mail to: Paula Raleigh 130 Kimball Corner Road Naples, ME 04055 Please let me know your name, how many meals, and your phone number in case we need to contact you. If you have any questions, please email me at honeybee@pivot.net or call 207-787-2279. Paula Raleigh Chair/Secretary Portland Maine Celiac/DH Support Group Chapter #88 of Celiac Sprue Association
  4. PORTLAND, MAINE On July 2, Regina Erskine will be completing her 4,000 mile Coast to Coast for Celiac fundraising and awareness bicycle adventure from California to Maine. Join us for the Grand Finale as she rides into Portland and arrives at Payson Park! The Arrival Ceremony will be at 12 pm. Lunch will be served at 1:00 pm. MEAL RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED: $15.00 per person. Gluten-free food will be provided by Outback Steakhouse (steak, chicken, garlic mashed potatoes, salad, and dessert). Smoothies and Water will be provided by Wild Oats Marketplace. Proceeds to benefit the "Coast to Coast for Celiac" Campaign. For more information about this fundraising effort, please see the "Coast to Coast for Celiac" website at http://students.paeweb.org/erskiner/index1.html You can also follow Regina's progress as she bicycles from California to Maine! This Grand Finale Celebration is being co-sponsored by: University of Maryland Baltimore Foundation Celiac Sprue Association - Portland Maine Celiac/DH Support Group City of Portland Department of Health and Human Services Reservations deadline is June 15. Limited to 160 tickets. To make reservations, you may make your checks payable to "Coast to Coast for Celiac" and mail to: Paula Raleigh 130 Kimball Corner Road Naples, ME 04055 Please let me know your name, how many meals, and your phone number in case we need to contact you. If you have any questions, please email me at honeybee@pivot.net or call 207-787-2279. Paula Raleigh Chair/Secretary Portland Maine Celiac/DH Support Group Chapter #88 of Celiac Sprue Association
  5. PORTLAND MAINE CELIAC/DH SUPPORT GROUP CHAPTER #88 OF CELIAC SPRUE ASSOCIATION DATE/TIME: Wednesday, June 29, 2005 6:00 - 8:00 pm PLACE: Maine Health Learning Resource Center Falmouth Family Health Care Center 5 Bucknam Road, Suite 1A Falmouth, ME For driving directions, go to: http://www.mainehealth.org/mh_healthinform...rningcenter.htm GUEST SPEAKER: Dr. Igor Prokopiw, our Chapter Medical Advisor, will give a presentation, followed by a question and answer session. POTLUCK: You are asked to prepare and item or bring a store-bought product based upon your last name: A - E Bring an Appetizer, Salad or Fruit F - J Bring a Side Dish K - O Bring a Dessert P - S Bring Bread or Rolls T - Z Bring a Main Dish Please photocopy or write up the recipe (with your name on it) for what you bring along so that we may include it in our next newsletter. Having the recipe available is also helpful for those individuals who are sensitive to other foods to know what ingredients were used to prepare the dish. Note: If your recipe is copyrighted, please list the title of the book, author, and name of the recipe so that we may reference it in our newsletter. You may consider the recipe adapted if you have changed at least 3 ingredients from the original copyrighted recipe and it may be printed in its entirety in our newsletter. FMI, contact Sue Gefvert at 207-602-3543 or email Paula Raleigh at honeybee@pivot.net
  6. PORTLAND MAINE CELIAC/DH SUPPORT GROUP CHAPTER #88 OF CELIAC SPRUE ASSOCIATION DATE/TIME: Wednesday, June 29, 2005 6:00 - 8:00 pm PLACE: Maine Health Learning Resource Center Falmouth Family Health Care Center 5 Bucknam Road, Suite 1A Falmouth, ME For driving directions, go to: http://www.mainehealth.org/mh_healthinform...rningcenter.htm GUEST SPEAKER: Dr. Igor Prokopiw, our Chapter Medical Advisor, will give a presentation, followed by a question and answer session. POTLUCK: You are asked to prepare and item or bring a store-bought product based upon your last name: A - E Bring an Appetizer, Salad or Fruit F - J Bring a Side Dish K - O Bring a Dessert P - S Bring Bread or Rolls T - Z Bring a Main Dish Please photocopy or write up the recipe (with your name on it) for what you bring along so that we may include it in our next newsletter. Having the recipe available is also helpful for those individuals who are sensitive to other foods to know what ingredients were used to prepare the dish. Note: If your recipe is copyrighted, please list the title of the book, author, and name of the recipe so that we may reference it in our newsletter. You may consider the recipe adapted if you have changed at least 3 ingredients from the original copyrighted recipe and it may be printed in its entirety in our newsletter. FMI, contact Sue Gefvert at 207-602-3543 or email Paula Raleigh at honeybee@pivot.net
  7. DATE/TIME: Thursday, May 5, 2005 6:00 - 8:00 pm PLACE: Maine Health Learning Resource Center Falmouth Family Health Care Center 5 Bucknam Road, Suite 1A Falmouth, ME For driving directions, go to: http://www.mainehealth.org/mh_healthinform...rningcenter.htm POTLUCK: You are asked to prepare and item or bring a store-bought product based upon your last name: A - E Bring a Side Dish F - J Bring a Dessert K - O Bring Bread or Rolls P - S Bring a Main Dish T - Z Bring an Appetizer, Salad or Fruit Please photocopy or write up the recipe (with your name on it) for what you bring along so that we may include it in our next newsletter. Having the recipe available is also helpful for those individuals who are sensitive to other foods to know what ingredients were used to prepare the dish. Note: If your recipe is copyrighted, please list the title of the book, author, and name of the recipe so that we may reference it in our newsletter. You may consider the recipe adapted if you have changed at least 3 ingredients from the original copyrighted recipe and it may be printed in its entirety in our newsletter. FMI, contact Sue Gefvert at 207-602-3543.
  8. DATE/TIME: Thursday, May 5, 2005 6:00 - 8:00 pm PLACE: Maine Health Learning Resource Center Falmouth Family Health Care Center 5 Bucknam Road, Suite 1A Falmouth, ME For driving directions, go to: http://www.mainehealth.org/mh_healthinform...rningcenter.htm POTLUCK: You are asked to prepare and item or bring a store-bought product based upon your last name: A - E Bring a Side Dish F - J Bring a Dessert K - O Bring Bread or Rolls P - S Bring a Main Dish T - Z Bring an Appetizer, Salad or Fruit Please photocopy or write up the recipe (with your name on it) for what you bring along so that we may include it in our next newsletter. Having the recipe available is also helpful for those individuals who are sensitive to other foods to know what ingredients were used to prepare the dish. Note: If your recipe is copyrighted, please list the title of the book, author, and name of the recipe so that we may reference it in our newsletter. You may consider the recipe adapted if you have changed at least 3 ingredients from the original copyrighted recipe and it may be printed in its entirety in our newsletter. FMI, contact Sue Gefvert at 207-602-3543.
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  11. How do you post events to the calendar??? Every time I try to "Add and Event", I get the message "This menu is disabled" - there must be a way because I see that other people have posted events, such as Celiac Walks and Support Group Meetings. Please help. Paula