Thursday, July 15, 2010

From an Intern's Perspective: A Look into Mini-Arts Camp

On Wednesday, July 14 the younger students of the mini-arts
camp got a chance to make some delicious Apple Pie in a Cup.
During the cooking class, the students learned about the food
pyramid. This week they learned about the milk group of the
food pyramid. They learned what foods are healthy from this
group and how many servings they should have in one day.

Meanwhile, the older children from the mini-arts camp enjoyed
a game of Michigan bingo. At the end of the game they all were
awarded prizes. After a wonderful game of bingo, the children
got a chance to decorate a t-shirt.

- Written by Chelsea and Connie are high school students
interning with the
Cook Arts Center this summer through the
Project COOL program.

Grandville Avenue Arts & Humanities administers the programs
of the Cook Arts Center

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