Archive for October, 2009

Our students love to blog

We are so excited that our students are now blogging about their experiences here at Living Light. We send email bulletins, write press releases, contribute to various raw publications, and do a lot of publicity to get the word out about what a fantastic program we have created here at Living Light Culinary Arts Institute, but nothing can compare to word of mouth from students who have attended our classes. Audrey Barron’s blog called BeBliss has some great posts complete with photos…check them out at http://beofbliss.blogspot.com/2009/10/living-light-in-fort-bragg.html

Cherie Soria with Living Light student chefs

Cherie Soria with Living Light student chefs

October 22, 2009 at 5:35 pm Leave a comment


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