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Ten Tips for Packing Waste-Free Lunches

Occasional Quantity Cook

Plan and conduct a safe event by using safe food handling practices.  This 2 ½-hour training is for volunteers in community organizations and churches who occasionally prepare food for others for fundraising, fellowship, or community service.  Participants receive training materials.  After taking the training, participants complete an online questionnaire to print their Certificate.  Registration fee is $10 per person. 

If you are an OSU Extension Volunteer, you may complete the training online then file a copy of your certificate with the appropriate OSU Extension educator. 

To schedule or register for an Occasional Quantity Cook class, contact instructor:  Pat Holmes, Family and Consumer Sciences Educator, OSU Extension-Montgomery County at or call 937-637-6537.