Birch Lane Elementary School student Maya Parker said her favorite part of the King Arthur Flour life skills workshop was learning how to toss pizza dough. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Jen Danzer, case manager at Davis Community Meals, tells Birch Lane students about the community meal program and thanks them for being willing to make bread to serve at the meals. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Birch Lane sixth-grader Megan Abbanant cuts the dough she and fellow Davis student Maya Parker, left, mixed up during last week's King Arthur Flour life skills assembly at their school. Students gathered in the multipurpose room to learn how to make bread from scratch, then headed home with enough ingredients to bake two loaves — one to share with family, another to donate to Davis Community Meals. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Cinnamon rolls made by Birch Lane students helped the kids get into the spirit of baking. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo

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