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Pulaski Tech offers new, non-credit cooking classes for adults, kids

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GET YOUR CAKE ON: this summer at Pulaski Tech
  • GET YOUR CAKE ON: this summer at Pulaski Tech

Pulaski Tech has announced a new Summer Culinary Series, featuring non-credit summer cooking classes for the general public. Courses include: "Cakes and Icings 101," "Piped Flowers and Buttercream Cakes," "Fondant Tiered Cakes," and "Teen Culture Shock," an international cooking class for kids age 13-17.

Prices for the one-day courses range from $50-$90. Check out the full list of classes, times and prices here (be sure to scroll down. The first page of the PDF is blank for some reason).

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