The Baker-In-Training Camp will be held July 26-30 from 9:00am-12:00pm. This camp is for ages: 6th-8th grade. Due to it’s popularity, Chef Greg Beachey will again be offering a special camp this summer for the aspiring baker. This program will focus on cookies, cakes, souffles, and everything in between!

But, does that mean it is a good time to pack your bags or sit on the beach all summer and just wait for things to improve? I bet you can guess my answer! NO WAY.

TIP: When Mom and dad couldn’t afford the full-priced dentist, we went to a local dental school. They were able to save half the cost of a regular dentist. If you can’t afford that, look for free dental services. We were treated by students under the close supervision of licensed dental professionals. For more information in your area, go your internet browser and type in “dental schools” or “free dental care”.

Talk with your advisors and check out your college’s course catalog. There is a lot of information you can find regarding required courses and other major related specifics. Use the resources available to you so that you can remain well-informed throughout the decision making process.

How does that work exactly? Remember — a resume isn’t your permanent record; it’s a marketing brochure about you. Do you every wonder why your new car dealer has so many brochures about each and every feature of their cars? It’s because customers are too busy to read very much, and they certainly won’t read a big bookish kind of brochure about a car. They want to pick and choose the information they want, and toss everything else.

He took some Pepto-Bismol. He had diarrhea and an upset stomach. He went to bed and when he woke in the morning he said he was feeling a little better. I asked him if he was going to be well enough to go. He said he was going and that he felt better. His dad took him to the career center to meet the bus. We were not to go just two teachers and six students.

TIP: When Mom and dad could not afford the barber we sought out a beauty school or barber college. Students worked on our hair under the watchful eye of licensed stylists. Depending on your income, a shampoo, cut and style can be free or just a nominal charge.