Families can now participate in a online cooking class thanks to a central Pennsylvania woman and her love of education.

Sue James of Waynesboro, saw an opportunity during the COVID-19 pandemic to teach children valuable life skills from the safety of their own homes by utilizing video conferencing software.

“I started this program in 2019 to help children feel empowered in the kitchen and for them to understand how food affects us not only physically, but mentally and emotionally,” James said.

“My 20 years of working in child care showed me that so many children live the ‘fast food’ life, and have little opportunity to learn kitchen skills. And, unfortunately, a diet of fast food leads to many problems in these three key areas. Also, kids love to experiment in the kitchen so it’s a great place to learn, serve, and yes, clean up after ourselves.”

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