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Spanish Cooking Matters for Families at First United Methodist Church Cary 2022

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Sign up to volunteer with a Cooking Matters for Adults class at the First United Methodist Church! Spanish speakers encouraged to sign up! All the teaching material will be provided in English and Spanish.

Masks and frequent hand hygiene required. To learn about our COVID-19 volunteer response click here

Class will be held on the following Monday evenings from 6:00-8:30 pm (listed times include 30 minutes of set up and 30 minutes of clean up):

Lesson 1: Let’s Get Cooking! 4/4/22
Lesson 2: Choosing Fruits, Vegetables, and Whole Grains 4/11/22
Lesson 3: Healthy Starts at Home 4/18/22
Lesson 4: The Power of Planning 4/25/22
Lesson 5: Shopping Smart 5/2/22
Lesson 6: Recipe for Success 5/9/22

The 4 Available slots correspond to 1 Nutrition Instructor, 1 Culinary Instructor, and 2 Classroom assistants. Please specify which role you are signing up for when responding to this opportunity. Also specify if you can speak Spanish.


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