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Eating Well To Live Well!
You're invited to "Lunch with Glenda Roberts"
Everything's free

Online Registration Form
(Click Here to RSVP)
 

Northwest Kidney Centers (NW Kidney Centers) is offering this  educational experience so that Glenda's friends and supporters can learn how to prepare the foods we all love - made with kidney-friendly recipes.  You will get tasty recipes that  promote a healthy lifestyle and make a kidney-friendly diet easy for the whole family to follow.
Keynote Speaker and Chef: Nikki Gepner, Food for the Soul cookbook author and registered renal dietician with the NW Kidney Centers' Nutrition and Fitness department, will prepare lunch and tell us how to prepare fast, tasty, kidney-friendly recipes that everyone will enjoy.

Ø When: Saturday, April 24, 2010, 11:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.

 

Ø Where: Blagg Pavilion, 14524 Bothell Way NE, Lake Forest Park, WA 98155 (directions).
 
Ø What You’ll Get:

o    A complete meal of the prepared recipes for lunch

o   NW Kidney Center's "Saltless in Seattle” cookbook, including hypertension, diabetes and obesity-friendly recipes

 

Ø Fee: FREE. NO CHARGE for this event is offered and sponsored by the NW Kidney Centers
 

Ø Registration: Please reserve your seat by April 22, 2010.

o    Online:Click here..  (For planning purposes, pease indicate number of attendees.)

o    Email: gepnern@nwkidney.org
 
Ø Onsite Registration: Limited number of onsite registrations available. 
 
 Ø Questions: Click here to contact us
                       Contact: Nikki Gepner  via email at gepnem@nwkidney.org 
                       Contact: Nikki Gepner by phone:  425-821-8785 
 

OUI Works is dedicated to educating the community about kidney organ donation and providing financial assistance for the living donor’s uninsured transportation & living expenses.  We offer educational programs to help address the shortage of living donors and to explain what you can do to help.  These programs build awareness about the Kidney Exchange Program for living donors, increase community participation by outlining how you can support the dialysis patient, the transplant recipient and their living donors, as well as, identify the resource requirements and raise funds/collect donations to facilitate uninsured living donor expenses related to the transplant surgery.