Hy-Vee Dietitians Kaitlin Anderson and Kathy Hamlin provided an educational session entitled “Grill Your Way to Health” for Custom Alarm employees on Thursday, June 22.
Hy-Vee Manager of Perishables Bret Peterson cooked up some delicious samples on the grill, including Hy-Vee® True™ chicken breast, Honeysuckle White® turkey bratwurst, Short Cuts™ pre-cut veggies, as well as fresh pineapple and peaches.
For more information on grilling, including how-to videos, quick tips and tricks, recipe suggestions and frequently asked questions, check out Hy-Vee’s Guide to Grilling.
For more information about scheduling a nutrition presentation at your workplace, reach out to Kaitlin Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Photos courtesy of Custom Alarm’s Facebook page.
Your 37th Street Hy-Vee hosted a Memorial Day grilling event on Monday, May 29. Customers were invited to purchase hamburgers, hot dogs, bratwurst, soda or water and support the perpetual care fund of the Soldiers Field Veterans Memorial. The event also showcased a flag display (US flag, POW-MIA flag as well as service branch flags), Bells for Eternity and volunteers representing the Soldiers Field Veterans Memorial committee.
Fifteen percent of all proceeds were donated to help ensure that Soldiers Field Veterans Memorial remains one of the finest in the country. At the end of the event, a grand total of $459.51 was presented to Terry Throndson, current board member and owner of the Bells for Eternity.
Click HERE to learn more about Hy-Vee’s commitment to our nation’s veterans and active military members.