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Fun Summer Cooking Classes at WKCTC for Middle and High School Students

Playing with your food will take on a new meaning for middle and high school students this summer at West Kentucky Community and Technical College.

Playing With Your Food, are five summer cooking classes designed for students in sixth-tenth grade to learn how to make tasty recipes from scratch. WKCTCs own Miranda Turner will teach the classes that will be held June 2-6 from
8 a.m. 1 p.m. in the Anderson Technical Building, Room 159. Students can register for one or all five classes with 12 students maximum in each class. The cost is $40 per student for each class.

This is our first time to offer single day camps like this, and were excited to provide students with a fun and educational way to learn how to cook, said Kevin ONeill, WKCTC continuing education coordinator. We expect the camps to fill up fast so we encourage students to register early.

June 2 Pizza Party!
Its not delivery; its homemade! Students will learn to make their own pizza dough and sauce from scratch!

June 3 Sweet Treats!
Participants can indulge their sweet tooth by learning to make homemade cookies and cupcakes.

June 4 - Summer Picnic!
Learn to make some quick, healthy, and delicious dishes perfect for a summer lunch.

June 5 - Baking Bread!
Whats the best thing since sliced bread? Fresh homemade bread! Learn the ins and outs of yeast breads.

June 6 - A Meal for the family!
Learn to make a meal for the family that is surprisingly easy, delicious, and impressive!

Students need to eat a light breakfast each day. They will eat lunch daily by eating what they learned to prepare.

Note: closed toe shoes are required.

Register by calling (270) 534-3335.