With a combined passion for baking and teaching, this mom of
seven loves to encourage others to be confidant in the kitchen and to
create their own home-baked traditions.
Julie is now a a regularly featured chef on WJHL-TV's show,
Daytime Tri-Citiies, and also does live baking demonstrations
and inspirational talks throughout the region.
You'll create yummy holiday favorites, including gingerbread,
pecan tassies, rich fudge,
sugar cookies and more, with lots of encouraging personal
and hands-on instruction. Perfect for bakers of all skill levels and
All supplies are provided and you get to take home what
you bake. (Sharing is up to you!)
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Three three-hour sessions, all supplies and
materials included in registration fee of $139.00.
Enrollment is limited to 20
There is a materials list for basic items to
be brought by students, such as rolling pins and measuring cups.
Influences another state's higher education policy. Another Republican state. From Slate. Does Arkansas’ Free Community College Program Hold Promise?
...Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson signed an act creating the Arkansas Future Grant, or ArFuture. Hutchinson is Republican, and both houses of the state’s Legislature are led by Republicans. The first grants would be available this fall.
The grant doesn’t require a minimum high school grade point average to qualify but goes to any traditional or nontraditional student—meaning recent high school graduates and adults—who enrolls in a science, technology, engineering, or math field, or another high-demand field, at any of the state’s community or technical colleges. As a last-dollar grant, ArFuture would go to students only after they’ve received federal and state aid. Grant recipients must participate in a mentor or community-service program, and after graduation, they must work full-time in Arkansas for at least three years.