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Join us for our Annual Celiac Walk

This weekend is our annual Celiac awareness walk!! Yay! I cannot wait to see all the vendors and walkers out. It is always a fun time to be out with everyone and chat about their stories, struggles and successes with Celiac Disease. Last year we had a great turnout and a fun time discussing different gluten free recipes with participants as well as different products. If you have never attended our celiac walk before it is a great time, especially for those newly diagnosed. It allows you to speak with others going through the same difficult time as well as learn about new products and try some GF samples. There is still time to register if you would like to attend. Go to our Facebook page for detailed instructions on how to sign up. Stay tuned in the upcoming week for some great Gluten Free recipes I will be posting prior to the event!

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