St. Michael School Men Who Cook fundraising event was held in February and featured 15 male chefs offering various small plates of delicious food. A silent and live auction also were part of the evening. During the course of the evening, the school raised more than $150,000 for school improvements and technology.
Art therapist Amy Hope provided an informative program on “Art for Health and Healing” at the Canton Museum of Art in April. Sponsored by Canton Fine Arts Associates, the program offered insights and examples of how art therapy can help heal various personal conditions, including veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder. The event included an interactive demonstration featuring art therapy, a Q&A session and a catered lunch.
When it’s summertime, I like my meals to be a little tropical. I know you might not want to turn on your oven in July, but I like this recipe because it’s low-effort. There aren’t many ingredients, you don’t have to chop anything, and you mostly can forget about it once you stick it in the oven.
If you’re looking to add some healthy juice to your diet, Restore Cold Pressed has what you want. Try the Detox 01 Juice with apple, beet, carrot and lemon for $9, the Seasonal Orange + Turmeric (see store for price) or the Plant Fix with spinach, kale, pear, lemon and ginger for $10.
I’m not sure what your social media news feed looks like lately, but mine is filled with engagements, weddings, newborn babies and ketone diets. Once one friend gets onto something, it spreads like wildfire. Insert the ketone diet.
Joanne K. Murray is a Canton native who never has lived anywhere else—and has no desire to do so. The Lehman High School graduate who attended Kent State University at Stark began her career as an administrative assistant to Canton Mayor Stanley Cmich in 1968, a job she held for 15 years before entering the commercial real estate business for six years.