Kentucky State University’s Center for Family Nutrition and Wellness Education program carried out a Rookie Cooking Camp (RCC) on the Rowan County Health Center convention room.
RCC is an application designed for center and excessive school students to introduce them to cooking strategies, meals safety measures, and fundamental vitamins ideas.
“Cooking is absolutely a lost artwork form, and simple knowledge of vitamins is vital for college students to be as healthy as feasible,” said Lora Gullett, SNAP-Ed Nutrition Area Agent.

The 3-day camp kicked off with Chef Mike Montes from Aramark at St. Claire Regional Medical Center demonstrating knife abilties and safety. Brianna Fannin, Gateway District Health Department environmentalist, supplied food safety pointers.

Each day the scholars assisted in meal instruction of wholesome food choices. The closing day ended with a meal organized and served through the scholars for his or her circle of relatives and pals using recipes, table manners and place putting they found out in the course of the camp.
The seven college students completing the camp obtained an apron, a collection of assorted cooking utensils and candies and the completion of a certificate, together with healthy recipes and cooking thoughts.

Kentucky State University’s Center for Family Nutrition and Wellness Education is positioned in the Morehead-Rowan County Visitor Center and the Chamber of Commerce workplace inside the vintage Railroad Depot, one hundred fifty E. First Street, Suite C, and is part of Kentucky State University Extension Program.
KSU Extension Office Staff includes Gullett and Rachel Price, SNAP-Ed Program Assistant and Gullett. Price and Gullett thanked all of the students for participating inside the Rookie Cooking Camp and their parents for transporting them to the camp
“We stay up for another successful camp subsequent summertime,” they said.

Price and Gullett prolonged a special thanks to volunteer Catherine Johnson Hedges for supporting all three days and Jessica Reed-Brown, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein County SNAP-Ed Program Assistant, for helping with the meal practise for the families and smooth up the 1/3 day, and Rowan County Health Center’s staff and board for the usage of the ability.

Kentucky State University’s Center for Family Nutrition and Wellness Education application conducted a Rookie Cooking Camp (RCC) on the Rowan County Health Center convention room.

RCC is an application designed for center and excessive college students to introduce them to cooking strategies, food safety measures, and basic nutrition standards.
“Cooking is absolutely a misplaced artwork shape, and simple know-how of nutrients is critical for students to be as wholesome as viable,” stated Lora Gullett, SNAP-Ed Nutrition Area Agent.

The three-day camp kicked off with Chef Mike Montes from Aramark at St. Claire Regional Medical Center demonstrating knife competencies and safety. Brianna Fannin, Gateway District Health Department environmentalist, provided meals protection hints.

Each day the students assisted in meal coaching of wholesome food alternatives. The last day ended with a meal prepared and served with the aid of the scholars for his or her circle of relatives and friends the usage of recipes, table manners and location putting they found out in the course of the camp.
The seven students completing the camp acquired an apron, a set of various cooking utensils and sweets and a final certificates touch, along with side healthful recipes and cooking ideas.

Kentucky State University’s Center for Family Nutrition and Wellness Education is positioned in the Morehead-Rowan County Visitor Center and the Chamber of Commerce workplace inside the old Railroad Depot, one hundred fifty E. First Street, Suite C, and is a part of Kentucky State University Extension Program.
KSU Extension Office Staff consists of Gullett and Rachel Price, SNAP-Ed Program Assistant and Gullett. Price and Gullett thanked all of the college students for collaborating in the Rookie Cooking Camp and their mother and father for transporting them to the camp
“We stay up for another a hit camp subsequent summer time,” they said.

Price and Gullett extended a particular way to volunteer Catherine Johnson Hedges for helping all 3 days and Jessica Reed-Brown, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein County SNAP-Ed Program Assistant, for supporting with the real practise for the households and smooth up the 0.33 day, and Rowan County Health Center’s staff and board for the use of the ability.

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