A Bowl of Good News & Media
Since the start of the pandemic, VPAS has seen a 30% increase in recipients of it’s Meals on Wheels program. This month, it’s partnering with local café, A Bowl of Good, and Brothers Craft Brewing, to raise money and awareness for those in need.
A Bowl of Good began partnering with Valley Program for Aging Services in October to provide healthy, hardy, local-when-viable sourced meals for Meals on Wheels.
Many local businesses are taking a hit as people are social distancing to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Restaurants like A Bowl of Good in Harrisonburg are making changes to keep customers safe and healthy.
A Bowl of Good serves healthy dishes with occasional exotic twists to commemorate the travels of cafe owner Katrina Didot. To celebrate the anniversary, the cafe has highlighted a different culture each day by creating a regionally inspired meal. The venue also has daily children’s storytime, Facebook giveaways with products from neighboring businesses and live music in the evening.
Here is an excerpt from the Daily News Record article (May 26, 2017 by Aleda Johnson) where owner, Katrina Didot, was interviewed. A Bowl Of Good In the dining sector, the decision to skip greasy, fatty foods in favor of healthy alternatives was honored for the first...
A Bowl of Good on Mount Clinton Pike in Harrisonburg won Best Healthy Options in the 2017 Best of the Valley awards. View the full list at the Daily News-Record.
Weeks have passed since the people of Haiti were shaken by Hurricane Matthew, but even though the skies have cleared, they still need our help. At a Bowl of Good cafe, their name does more than just reference their food: it’s also the message behind what they do.