Mayor Dyer Virtually Participates in a Cooking Class with Students
Last updated on July 22, 2020
Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer Virtually Participates in a Cooking Class with City of Orlando Summer Camp Students
This Thursday, City of Orlando summer camp students at Odyssey Middle School will have a special virtual visitor as Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer joins them for a live interactive cooking class.
This health and nutrition class will feature Mayor Dyer cooking with students as they learn how to make a breakfast classic, the omelet. Students will be able to virtually pick up new culinary skills and interact together live as they go through the cooking process.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Orlando summer camp program has gone virtual for the After-School All-Stars students. The overall program has more than 360 students virtually attending summer camp each Monday through Friday for three, 50-minute sessions.
The City’s After-School All-Stars program provides an innovative and diversified year-round curriculum to engage youth to help them to develop life-skills, maturity and confidence necessary to become responsible and productive citizens at home, at school and in their community.
Mayor Dyer will be available for media interviews immediately following the cooking class on the same virtual meeting.
Thursday, July 23, 2020
Virtual Meeting Link Provided Upon RSVP
To obtain the virtual meeting link, it is required for media to RSVP to Samantha Holsten, City of Orlando Public Information Officer at Samantha.Holsten@orlando.gov (email).