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Are you a fan of plant-based foods? Then check out our Center for Lifelong Learning's upcoming virtual cooking series in August!

Plugging Into Plant Power Cooking Series
with Chef Chris Fisk

One of the best ways to seize health is to eat a more plant-based diet. Great idea, but now what? Don't worry! This will be a tofu-free zone! Join Chef Chris--who also had a hard time making the move to more plant-based eating-- for plenty of tips and insights for embracing this new way of eating. Each week, she'll create easy, plant-based meals that deliver all the flavor and texture we want, just from plants. Register for all 4 classes at once, and save $20 off the total price!

Dinner at the Shore
Fri, Aug 6
A Night in Paris
Fri, Aug 13
Northern Italian Nostalgia
Fri, Aug 20
Taj Mah-Yum!
Fri, Aug 27
10 - 10:30 a.m.
$35 per individual class, or $120 if you register for all five classes at once!

To register, visit the link below, give us a call at 520-515-5492, or stop into our office at the Cochise College Downtown Center. We hope you will be able to join us for these classes!

Some key takeaways from last week's Douglas City Council regular and special meetings

  • Douglas City Council voted during last Wednesday’s meeting and in a special meeting on July 16 to approve the second reading regarding the purchase of the Rivera Building, located at 357 E. 10th St., to Harrell Cooley LLC for $65,000.
  • Douglas City Clerk Alma Andrade said that according to the city charter, the ordinance for the property sale requires three readings to be approved before the council can finalize the sale.
  • Andrade said that the council will have their third reading on the sale of the Rivera Building in August.
  • The Douglas All Stars, including divisions 9 & 10 and 11 & 12, were honored during last Wednesday’s meeting.
  • The council also approved the final budget for fiscal year 2021/2022 on the special meeting on July 16, totaling at $48,626,891.

Want more information? Check out our full coverage of the meeting HERE.

Went for a leisurely hike along the San Pedro river.