CWU students can finally learn how to cook tasty food that’s both healthy and tasty at the two Campus Dine and Tote events Monday, April 22 and Thursday, May 16 at 5 p.m. in Michaelson 127. Students can reserve a spot for free by emailing Dr. Rebecca Pearson at email@example.com at least three days prior to the event.
At the first session, participants will learn how to put a healthy twist on their favorite home-style breakfast foods. The second session food of choice hasn't been determined, but rest assured, it will be something quite tasty.
At the end of both sessions, students will be amazed that they can make mouth-watering foods that are actually good for them. But the best part is, after attendees are done cooking the food, they get to enjoy their creation and take the leftovers home with them.
For more information contact Dr. Rebecca Pearson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is sponsored by the CWU Wellness Center and Dr. Rebecca Pearson, CWU Physical Education School and Public Health.
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