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Photos: Scenes from the J.L. King Center

 

Desmond Woods, left, and Joshua Calmes, both 8, listen to Americorps Vista volunteer Betty Robertson on how to prepare a healthy snack during the Kids in the Kitchen program at the J.L. King Center in Starkville on Wednesday. Desmond is the son of Talisha and Willie Woods. Joshua is the son of Oddie and Bobby Calmes. Kids in the Kitchen is one of many programs that will be offered at the center throughout June.

Desmond Woods, left, and Joshua Calmes, both 8, listen to Americorps Vista volunteer Betty Robertson on how to prepare a healthy snack during the Kids in the Kitchen program at the J.L. King Center in Starkville on Wednesday. Desmond is the son of Talisha and Willie Woods. Joshua is the son of Oddie and Bobby Calmes. Kids in the Kitchen is one of many programs that will be offered at the center throughout June. Photo by: Luisa Porter/Dispatch Staff

 

From left, Genesis Woods, 15, Genise Woods, 14, and Heaven Davis, 12, participate in playing a traditional Samba at the J.L. King Center. The drumming class is offered through Family Centered Programs at The Emerson Family School.

From left, Genesis Woods, 15, Genise Woods, 14, and Heaven Davis, 12, participate in playing a traditional Samba at the J.L. King Center. The drumming class is offered through Family Centered Programs at The Emerson Family School.
Photo by: Devin Edgar/Dispatch Staff

 

Wonjae Choo, 12, plays the drums during a drumming class at the J.L. King Center on Wednesday. Wonjae is the son of Youngwoo Choo and Inkyoung Lee of Starkville.

Wonjae Choo, 12, plays the drums during a drumming class at the J.L. King Center on Wednesday. Wonjae is the son of Youngwoo Choo and Inkyoung Lee of Starkville.
Photo by: Luisa Porter/Dispatch Staff

 

Frances Page, nutrition educator for the Mississippi State University Extension Service, watches over Alida Perez, 9, during the Kids in the Kitchen program at the J.L. King Center on Wednesday. Alida is the daughter of Loida and Ian Perez of Starkville.

Frances Page, nutrition educator for the Mississippi State University Extension Service, watches over Alida Perez, 9, during the Kids in the Kitchen program at the J.L. King Center on Wednesday. Alida is the daughter of Loida and Ian Perez of Starkville.
Photo by: Luisa Porter/Dispatch Staff

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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