Our healthy kitchen classes are designed to teach healthy living techniques in a fun, community-based atmosphere.
Classes meet once a week for 1 ½ hours over a six-week period. After each class, participants will have the knowledge and skills to prepare the recipes learned in class at home.
Each participant will:
- Learn to cook tasty, healthy and inexpensive meals.
- Be informed of good nutrition for you and your family.
- Learn how to get the most food for your money.
- Enjoy delicious food!
Fees run from $5 to $50, based on household income.
Classes are held in the Transition Care Clinic lobby, Montgomery Memorial Hospital.
To register, call Cindy Laton at (910) 715-6275.
All Community Health Programs are offered in Hoke, Moore, Montgomery and Richmond counties. For more information call toll-free (888) 534-5333.
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