March of Dimes; March for Babies on April 29th, 2012 in NYC with Liza Huber and Sage Spoonfuls


March of Dimes March For Babies


NEW YORK  - Thousands turned out early on Sunday morning for March for Babies, an event put on by March of Dimes which raises money to support research that helps prevent premature births.


Why We Walk?
When you walk in March for Babies, you give hope to the more than half a million babies born too soon each year. The money you raise supports programs in your community that help moms have healthy, full-term pregnancies. And it funds research to find answers to the problems that threaten our babies. We’ve been walking since 1970 and have raised an incredible $2 billion to benefit all babies.


What to Expect?
This year, more than 7 million people will join their family, friends and colleagues in 900 communities across the nation. Our volunteers and staff will encourage and support you in your efforts to raise awareness and funds. No matter if this is your first year or your 25th, you can expect the event to be fun, compelling and rewarding.


As I was walking along Madison Avenue i stumbled onto an interesting booth and took a quick peak to find out what it was about, who is the founder and to get more information. It was the "Sage Spoonfuls" - website: https://www.sagespoonfuls.com/ with a founder and CEO and a mother of 3 lovely children, a talented and creative woman by the name of Liza Huber. She is better known as the vixen actress in a long running Soap Opera "Passions" playing 'Gwen Hotchkiss and later Winthrop'. She is also the daughter of Susan Lucci who was also there to support her family and her grandchildren. Liza's inspiration are her children and one of the reasons she supports the March for the Babies is that one of her own kids was a preemie. So this is a cause that is close to home. 
She has also written a successful book called " Sage Spoonfuls" , which won several awards and is simply a helpful book for mothers of babies and toddlers. With her simple yet yummy recipes which turn into healthy meals for the children, children in turn become happy. And all we want as mothers are happy and healthy babies. Having the opportunity to make these wonderful organic meals preferably at an affordable price is simply a bonus. 
Sage Spoonfuls

Simple Recipes, Healthy Meals,
Happy Babies
Sage Spoonfuls provides all the tools you need to make healthy, delicious and affordable food for your baby.

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Sage Spoonfuls pictures copyright of AK Event Photography by Anna Kuchma

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Sage Spoonfuls pictures copyright of AK Event Photography by Anna Kuchma

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Sage Spoonfuls pictures copyright of AK Event Photography by Anna Kuchma

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Sage Spoonfuls pictures copyright of AK Event Photography by Anna Kuchma

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Sage Spoonfuls pictures copyright of AK Event Photography by Anna Kuchma

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Sage Spoonfuls pictures copyright of AK Event Photography by Anna Kuchma

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Liza Huber with Sage Spoonfuls
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Book written by Liza Huber called Sage Spoonfuls

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Liza Huber with Sage Spoonfuls
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Liza Huber - Sage Spoonfuls - March of Dimes March For Babies in NYC

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Liza Huber - Sage Spoonfuls - March of Dimes March For Babies in NYC

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Liza Huber - Sage Spoonfuls - March of Dimes March For Babies in NYC

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Liza Huber - Sage Spoonfuls - March of Dimes March For Babies in NYC

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Liza Huber - Sage Spoonfuls - March of Dimes March For Babies in NYC

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Liza Huber - Sage Spoonfuls - March of Dimes March For Babies in NYC

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Susan Lucci; Liza's Mother - Sage Spoonfuls - March of Dimes March For Babies in NYC

Since her concept and the book Sage Spoonfuls may play an integral part in the health of your baby Liza Huber shared some information regarding the company and the products and the recipe book in this Video interview with Anna Kuchma.


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