Jefferson 4-H Cooking Contest

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Calling all aspiring young chefs! 4-H is excited to sponsor a sizzling cooking contest tailored for youth in 4th to 12th grade, providing the perfect platform for them to showcase their culinary talents. This delectable event aims to not only help students master their cooking skills but also serves as a fantastic opportunity for families to come together and bond over their shared love for food and creativity in the kitchen. Beyond the main contest, the event also features engaging activities focused on educating children about nutrition, ensuring they gain valuable knowledge about making healthy food choices. As participants and their families immerse themselves in this flavorful experience, a strong sense of belonging and community spirit will be fostered, as everyone shares in the joy of delicious food and the joy of being part of the 4-H family. Rules will be revised for the 2024 competition. Please check back soon for more details!

Date: Early December - Check back soon for more details!

Location: Check back soon for more details!

Interested in volunteering? Volunteers can help us by checking ice chests, setting up, scoring recipes and more! Please visit our 4-H Volunteers page to sign up as a volunteer.

Special Accommodations

If you require special accommodations due to a disability in order to participate in our activities, please notify the 4-H office @504-736-6519 at least 48 hrs. prior to the event.

**For overnight events and camps, please notify the 4-H Office at least 2 weeks in advance.

As part of the LSU AgCenter’s Diversity initiative and in compliance with federal and state laws, all programs and activities of the LSU AgCenter are operated without discrimination on the basis of color, race, gender, national origin, age, political affiliation, veteran status, disability, marital status or religion.

11/7/2022 9:21:23 PM
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