Clinton County Youth Council holds virtual cooking classes


The Clinton County Youth Council (CCYC) Virtual Cooking Club is hosted by OSU Extension Agency SNAP-Ed Coordinator Kacey Burns. Eligible participants receive new cookware and grocery gift cards courtesy of CCYC to use for the virtual cooking sessions. CCYC is a free after-school youth center in Wilmington, providing academic support, positive programming, and mentoring for youth in grades 6-12.

The Clinton County Youth Council (CCYC) Virtual Cooking Club is hosted by OSU Extension Agency SNAP-Ed Coordinator Kacey Burns. Eligible participants receive new cookware and grocery gift cards courtesy of CCYC to use for the virtual cooking sessions. CCYC is a free after-school youth center in Wilmington, providing academic support, positive programming, and mentoring for youth in grades 6-12.


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Marilyn Mothersole with her chicken and rice soup she made during the Clinton County Youth Council Virtual Cooking Club.


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The Clinton County Youth Council (CCYC) Virtual Cooking Club is hosted by OSU Extension Agency SNAP-Ed Coordinator Kacey Burns. Eligible participants receive new cookware and grocery gift cards courtesy of CCYC to use for the virtual cooking sessions. CCYC is a free after-school youth center in Wilmington, providing academic support, positive programming, and mentoring for youth in grades 6-12.

Marilyn Mothersole with her chicken and rice soup she made during the Clinton County Youth Council Virtual Cooking Club.

The Clinton County Youth Council (CCYC) Virtual Cooking Club is hosted by OSU Extension Agency SNAP-Ed Coordinator Kacey Burns. Eligible participants receive new cookware and grocery gift cards courtesy of CCYC to use for the virtual cooking sessions. CCYC is a free after-school youth center in Wilmington, providing academic support, positive programming, and mentoring for youth in grades 6-12.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2021/03/web1_Group-Zoom.jpgThe Clinton County Youth Council (CCYC) Virtual Cooking Club is hosted by OSU Extension Agency SNAP-Ed Coordinator Kacey Burns. Eligible participants receive new cookware and grocery gift cards courtesy of CCYC to use for the virtual cooking sessions. CCYC is a free after-school youth center in Wilmington, providing academic support, positive programming, and mentoring for youth in grades 6-12. Submitted photos

Marilyn Mothersole with her chicken and rice soup she made during the Clinton County Youth Council Virtual Cooking Club.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2021/03/web1_cooking-marilyn.jpgMarilyn Mothersole with her chicken and rice soup she made during the Clinton County Youth Council Virtual Cooking Club. Submitted photos