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Youth Program Hosts Free Culinary Event to Boost Academics in Newark


By: Richard L. Smith 

Rare Gems Youth Program is set to spark excitement and learning among 3rd to 8th graders in Newark with its first community event, "Cooking in Academic."

Real estate This free event, aligning with the National Day of Non-Violence and Peace, will be held today, Tuesday, January 30, from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. at 506-508 18th Avenue, Newark.

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Officials said the program promises an enriching experience with a blend of nutrition and cooking demonstrations, free food, academic support, and activities designed to foster peaceful collaboration among students.

The event is part of Rare Gems Youth Program's broader initiative to support local students through its after-school programs, which run every Tuesday and Wednesday.

With a focus on serving the Newark community, the Rare Gems Youth Program is dedicated to providing resources that not only enhance academic performance but also enrich the lives and relationships of children and their families.

JorelleThis event represents a unique opportunity to combine culinary arts with educational growth in a fun and engaging environment.

For more information about this inspiring community initiative, interested parties are encouraged to reach out via email at connect@RareGemsCorporation.Org.

This event is not just a culinary journey but a step towards building a stronger, more educated, and harmonious community.