COA members assist in cooking class
|Photo courtesy of St. Charles Council on Aging|
TASTES GOOD. COA’s Lupe’ Sweeny (left) taste tests student Randy Mayeaux’s entrees at the Chef John Folse Culinary Institute in Thibodaux.
Ten seniors were in attendance and points of interest included: Chef John Folse Culinary Institute of Nicholls State University, Jean Lafitte National Parks & Preserve Cultural Center, Bubba’s II Restaurant, Debbie’s Antiques and the Demitasse Coffee House.
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