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Description: Dates: July 9—July 13
Time: 9AM—4PM
Ages: 9-12 Years Old
Cost: $50
Remember to Bring: 2 Canned Food Items for the Food Pantry, your water bottle and lunch. We will also eat what we make! Please wear closed toe shoes and tie back long hair.

An introduction to cooking. Learn about food and kitchen safety, food science, and nutrition, while eating the food we make. Be sure to indicate all food allergies on the medical release form.

Visit: http://go.ncsu.edu/guilfordcamp toregister.

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