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Safe Cycling Classes Offered

Safe Cycling Classes Offered

The Placer County Transportation Planning Agency and City of Roseville are offering one-hour, free Smart Cycling Clinics to get residents motivated and ready for a safe season of bicycling.  This is a great opportunity to learn about the benefits of cycling, necessary cycling accessories, safe and effective techniques, route planning and the region’s “May is Bike Month” program.   

Bicycles are not needed at these trainings. Participants should bring their own lunch/dinner, drinks and deserts will be provided.   We look forward to your participation. All sessions are taught by trained instructors certified by the League of American Bicyclists.

Dates:

Wed. March 30th, Noon – 1pm
Placer County Community Development Agency—
Cypress Room
3091 County Center Drive, Auburn

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Spring Cilantro Salad

Spring Cilantro Salad

Is it really almost Spring time?  So it may not look like Spring outside right now though we all know that Mother Nature has plenty of sunshine in store for us just around the corner.  This means tons of fresh fruits and vegetables as well.  In just a few months we’ll be wishing for cooler temperatures!  Here is a fresh and delicious salad recipe to get you ready.  Try this as a light meal or add this dish to the menu for a family BBQ!

This salad is delicious with Chicken, Steak and even Pork so choose your protein of choice for a

To Count or Not to Count... That's the Question!

To Count or Not to Count... That's the Question!

To count or not to count… that is the question!  The answer is not to count!  Count what you ask?  CALORIES!!

It was announced recently by David Kirchoff, President of Weight Watchers, the world’s largest diet company, " "Calorie counting has become unhelpful. When we have a 100-calorie apple in one hand and a 100-calorie pack of cookies in the other, and we view them as being 'the same' because the calories are the same, it says everything that needs to be said about the limitations of just using calories in guiding food choices."

Kirchoff and Weight Watchers have eliminated the company's popular "Points" system, which encouraged dieters to lose weight by eating any foods as long as they kept the portions small.