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July 8, 2013 — Members of The Keep Girls in School Project at the University of Wyoming plan an Indian food cooking class Saturday, July 13, as part of a fundraising project.
Proceeds from the cooking class and other fundraising projects will be delivered by the UW student group during the winter break to an orphanage and school, Aarti Home, in Andhra, India. The group raises awareness about formerly abandoned children in that country, says Bonnie Zare, UW Department of Gender and Women's Studies associate professor, who leads the student trip to India.
The cooking class is from 3-6 p.m. in the kitchen of St. Matthew's Cathedral and is open to 15 participants. A suggested donation of $25 is asked by the organizers. All supplies will be provided.
The Keep Girls in School Project and Milaap, the UW Indian Student Association, sponsor the cooking class.
“We hope you can join us to hear an overview of Indian food, and then create and eat a delicious vegetarian meal,” Zare says.
To sign up for the class, visit the web site at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1PPFit1y4P_81ihMtk9irkmkA-aNtbYkIzRTeTgL2lOY/viewform.
For more information, email Zare at email@example.com.