I performed a cooking demo at a health fair and made no-bake peanut butter oat balls. There were not many in attendance, however everyone that tried a sample really liked them.
The FranU open house did not seem to have many attendees. We did speak to 5 or 6 girls, however, most of them were current high schoolers.
The ALS walk is a nice event for a great cause. Unfortunately, however, it was pretty unorganized. The website and flyers had two different start times, so people were showing up after the walk had already ended. In addition, the director Alisha was very rude and treated everyone as her peasants, essentially, making me not want to volunteer for anything she is a part of, no matter how good the cause.
We passed out apple juice and Sunny D as well as made sure the napkins, granola bars, muffins, and bananas were stocked. We also assisted the chef with putting her bean salad into small sample cups for the guests to take and try. Overall, a good experience despite just standing there the majority of the time. Getting to talk to the chef who is also a health and wellness coach and about to take the RD exam was not only interesting, but a good networking experience. Learned that there is an Elmo dance and toothbrush song.