Plant Based Diets To Improve Health
Jaimela Dulaney, MD, PA will explain the science supporting the health benefits of eating fruits and vegetables. This includes reversal and prevention of some common conditions such as being overweight, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure.
Dr. Dulaney is an experienced cardiologist who incorporates nutrition education into her practice and she is eager to share this important information with us.
Our regular meeting location is the American Legion Post 111 on Florida Ave. in Tampa
Please note: American Legion Post 111 has two parking lots, a small lot for its bar and a larger lot adjacent to Flora St for the event hall. Our entrance is accessible only from the larger lot.
The Legion’s parking lot is not directly accessible from Florida Ave, but it can be seen to the right of the main event hall. You can access parking by either turning onto Flora St from Florida Ave or by turning onto Dearborn Ave from Sligh Ave.
COVID-19: The policy of Legion Post 111 is that mask usage is up to individual discretion. Please do not attend if you are sick.
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Tampa Bay RFCI
Tampa Bay RFCI
New memberships and renewals can also be accommodated at the membership table during our meetings.
~MARK YOUR CALENDAR~
The Tampa Bay Chapter of the Rare Fruit Council International meets on the second Sunday of the month except in February (Citrus Celebration), April (USF Plant Sale) and October (USF Plant Sale). Current meeting site is the American Legion Post 111 at 6918 North Florida Avenue in Tampa. The parking lot is only accessible from the side streets Dearborn and Flora.
Missing vintage newsletters
Our newsletter archives are fairly complete . . . but we are missing some issues. If any longtime members have any of the following issues, please contact us.
1980 – all 1983 – July