We made a lot of great connections at this year’s 99th North Carolina Association of Family & Consumer Sciences Convention at Johnson & Wales University in Downtown Charlotte March 3rd-4th. We look forward to working with everyone on setting up Classroom to Food Market Pipeline’s in their community.
Another picture of our booth on the first day.
Booth moved up to the 4th floor on the second day.
125 Bottle Growers about to be given out to FCS teachers at the end of the ceremony.
Teachers picking up their Bottle Growers with Sweet Basil seeds already in them.
ReBuildUp will be at the North Carolina Association of Family & Consumer Sciences Convention March 2nd-4th at Johnson & Wales University in Downtown Charlotte.
Stop by to learn more about our Classroom to Food Market Pipeline (CFMP) and receive a free Bottle Grower at the end of the Convention.
Special thanks to the students and teachers at Cone Elementary that made their first delivery in the Classroom to Food Market Pipeline (CFMP) with Tessa Farm to Fork such a smooth success.
There’s still time to grab some Cone Elementary student grown greens this week at Tessa Farm to Fork. So make a plan to stop by.
Students from Cone Elementary’s 4th Grade deliver their 1st batch of Microgreens on February 21st-26th to Tessa Farm to Fork along with showcase their custom artwork promoting their greens.
Take a moment to review their designs below and share the ones you like most. Or you can see them in person at Tessa Farm to Fork‘s 3929 Battleground Ave Location.
Info on how and when to get there:
TUESDAY – FRIDAY 7:30AM – 2PM | 5PM – 9PM
SATURDAY 8AM – 2PM | 5PM – 9PM
SUNDAY 8AM – 2PM
Located at 3929 Battleground Avenue | Greensboro, NC 27410 336.763.1256 and online at tessagreensboro.com and facebook.com/tessafarmtofork
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ReBuildUp’s “booth” location was inside the old Chick-Fil-A at Oak Hollow Mall for the 2017 Healthy for Good Expo in High Point.
Thanks to everyone who came out and took interest in bringing our Classroom to Food Market Pipeline (CFMP) to their children’s schools. We look forward to working with all of you in the near future.
Stop by Oak Hollow Mall this Saturday (2/18) 8-12am to play Food Bike and get a free Bottle Grower (while supplies last) at the ReBuildUp Booth during the Healthy For Good Expo 2017. We’ll be located in the Food Court area.
Expo Event Details:
Saturday, February 18, 2017
8am to 12pm
High Point University’s Oak Hollow Mall
Join us for our Healthy For Good Expo!
Register and fund raise and you could win a 2017 Kia Forte LX!!
Every $250 you raise will enter you to win!
On Tuesday, December 6th, ReBuildUp joined other exhibits on fossils, sound waves, and robots at the Irving Park Elementary Science Fair.
Tons of student science projects were on display for students and parents to review.
Join ReBuildUp this Thursday, August 18th 6-9pm at the Greensboro City Market.
We’ll be showing off food grown in our Portable Gardens to build support for expanding Classroom to Food Pantry Pipelines (CFPP) into more Guilford County schools.
This event averages crowds of 2,000-3,000 every third Thursday in the summer. Games, Food, Music, and More for everyone!
Thank you to Elon University’s School of Law for allowing ReBuildUp to lead the Leadership Academy session on growing small business and entrepreneurship.
The Saturday, April 11th, 2015 day long event at Elon University’s Downtown Greensboro campus featured undergrad college leaders from six area colleges going over issues facing Greensboro to provide their own fresh ideas. The annual Leadership Academy is part of Elon’s Leadership Fellows Program.
THIS FRIDAY, FEB. 6TH @ 5PM IS THE REGISTRATION DEADLINE FOR STUDENT PARTICIPATION
Schools who’ve submitted their full roster list (up to 3 students)
• Ben L Smith High School
• Wesleyan Christian Academy
QUALIFIER EVENT – On Saturday, February 21st, Central Library in Downtown Greensboro will be hosting the ReBuildUp Course from 1:00-5:30pm to select the 8 finalists for the PitchPocalypse pitching contest held the following Thursday, February 26th 6-8pm also at Central Library.This event is sponsored by Michael Robinson Accounting with Shift, the Nussbaum Center’s Entrepreneur Group, helping coordinate volunteers.
The ReBuildUp Course introduces players to the fundamentals of starting their own small business. It involves participating schools each sending up to three of their students who show an interest in entrepreneurship to play on their school’s behalf.
All four ReBuildUp games will be played: Million Dollar Idea, Economy, Jr., Pitch Drill, and The Cashless Incubator.
Contact Us for details on how your teen can participate. Friday at 5pm, February 6th is the sign up deadline.
The ReBuildUp Course is part of ReBuildUp’s Startup Program.