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October 1, 2010
Library to hold free cooking class on cancer-fighting foods

By Niesha Lofing
nlofing@sacbee.com

Carmichael Library will be offering a free cooking class this month focused on foods that may help reduce the risk of cancer.

Emily Webber, a Food for Life instructor with the Cancer Project, a nonprofit organization dedicated to cancer prevention and survival through nutrition education and research, will lead the workshop, according to a Sacramento Public Library news release.

The class will provide nutrition information no the power of proper foods in a cancer-fighting diet, demonstration of healthy recipes and samples of food, the release states.

The free lcass will be held at 1 p.m. Oct. 23 at Carmichael Library, located at 5605 Marconi Ave., Carmichael.

To register for the class, visit the library's website or call (916) 264-2920.

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