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HIPPY students learn through cooking

Carlisle HIPPY students participate in cooking activities during the February group meeting. Pictured from left is Baylor Hauk, Summer Parks, Lily Bennett, home-based educator Dorothy Woodall, Gracen Ingle, Brody Martin, Sawyer Stephenson and Luke Caviness. Pictured far back right is Jessalynn Arkless. (submitted photo)
Carlisle HIPPY students participate in cooking activities during the February group meeting. Pictured from left is Baylor Hauk, Summer Parks, Lily Bennett, home-based educator Dorothy Woodall, Gracen Ingle, Brody Martin, Sawyer Stephenson and Luke Caviness. Pictured far back right is Jessalynn Arkless. (submitted photo)

The Carlisle Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY) program held their February group Meeting on Feb. 17 in the old band room at the elementary school.

Topic of the meeting was cooking. The children enjoyed several activities centered around cooking such as color matching cupcakes, measuring flour and rice. They also got to decorate their own cupcake and observed frosting changing colors with food coloring. After decorating their cupcakes, students enjoyed eating them.

Attending students also ran a relay race with things you could put into a pot to make vegetable soup.

Brooke Hauk won the appreciation gift.

Children in attendance during the meeting were Jessalynn Arkless, Fisher Thaxton, Brody Martin, Lily Bennett, Luke Caviness, Gracen Ingle, Sawyer Stephenson and Baylor Hauk.

The next group meeting will be held on March 17 at 9 a.m.

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