Monroe native who was on Food Network arranging retreat

Merna Delaurentis

Chef Jacquelyn Jones is back in town and is preparing a wellness retreat. The 1998 St. Mary Catholic Central Significant University graduate appeared on Season 10 of the Food stuff Network’s “The Good Foodstuff Truck Race.” Jones was living in California when the present aired in 2019. Now, she’s again in Monroe, and […]

Chef Jacquelyn Jones is back in town and is preparing a wellness retreat.

The 1998 St. Mary Catholic Central Significant University graduate appeared on Season 10 of the Food stuff Network’s “The Good Foodstuff Truck Race.”

Jones was living in California when the present aired in 2019. Now, she’s again in Monroe, and her plate is complete.

A vegan chef, she runs SolFood Collective and works as a licensed health and fitness and wellness coach. She hosts retreats and dinner ordeals, teaches on-line cooking lessons, coaches customers and speaks. She even redesigned a Monroe cafe.

On July 17, Jones is bringing her wellness retreat to Monroe.

“My eyesight is to radically alter how individuals in this place imagine about overall health and wellness,” claimed Jones.    

She and Rachelle Beazley from aloe + alchemy will host “The Wellness + [Well]thy Wellness Retreat” from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. July 17 at The McIntyre. Teens and older people are welcome.

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