Baton Rouge, LA – Space is still available for the second session of the Southern University Ag Center’s “Creating Healthy Enjoyable Foods” (C.H.E.F.) youth cooking camp. This session is open to youth ages 12-15.
The C.H.E.F. cooking camp will be held from July 18-21, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m., in Pinkie E. Thrift Hall on the Southern University Baton Rouge campus.
The camp, which is co-sponsored by the LSU Ag Center, is designed to teach youth basic cooking principles and nutrition education based on the USDA’s, “MyPlate” food guidance system and Dietary Guidelines.
Adolescents and teenagers will learn how to cook in a way that tastes as good as it is nutritious.
Registration for the camp is $30 and must be accompanied with a completed registration form and mailed to: C.H.E.F., Nutrition Education Program, Southern University Ag Center, P. O. Box 10010, Baton Rouge, LA 70813. Payment must be made in the form of a money order payable to the Southern University Ag Center.
The deadline to register for the camp is July 15.
Only 12 participants will be accepted for this session. Participants are required to bring a bag lunch and healthy snack each day.
To register or for additional information, contact Kiyana Kelly or Marquetta Anderson-Reynolds at 225.389.3055 or via e-mail at, email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.