Tallahassee speed dating
Although the grocery chain doesn’t flaunt it, one Tallahassee Publix store has long had a reputation as a place to meet potential dates, earning it the nickname Club Pub.
But it’s a different local grocery store that’s officially embracing supermarket lust—with a series of speed-dating events this week.
The Tallahassee Doula Co-Op is proud to bring Why Not Home? A small but growing number of doctors, midwives, and nurses who attend birth in the hospital are choosing to have their own children at home.
Through the compelling stories of women who choose to go outside the hospitals where they practice to give birth, viewers experience the beauty and challenges facing families both at home and in the hospital in a way that hasn’t been seen before.
This training will cover the topic of working with survivors of trauma during the childbearing year, including pregnancy, birth, and the postpartum period. The Tallahassee Doula Co-Op is a proud sponsor of Tallahassee’s 2016 Climb Out of the Darkness, an annual fundraiser and awareness event benefiting Postpartum Progress Inc., a non-profit focused on reaching moms, reducing stigma, and increasing awareness medically and publicly about maternal mental health.
We will walk or “climb” the weekend prior to the day of the year with the most light as a symbol of the light shown on postpartum depression, postpartum anxiety, postpartum OCD, and others.
Great prizes such as cold hard cash, hotel stays, dinners, tickets to popular things to do and more.
We are a neighborhood retail grocer that embraces the spirit of community and community engagement.” Whole Foods marketer Clements says he plans to continue the speed dating events at the Tallahassee store.
Every time you unlock you get a ticket that enters you into the drawing to win great prizes from our party sponsors.
Your goal is to match the right key with the right padlock.
You just kind of went in, picked up some groceries, maybe picked up a girl or a boyfriend.” He says he went to Florida State University in the ‘80s and remembers shopping at Publix back when it was still on West Pensacola Street.
"Club Publix," the nickname it got back then, has stuck with its new campus-friendly location on Ocala Road.