City Of East Ridge To Host Christmas Cookie Decorating Class

  • Monday, December 5, 2022

The East Ridge Community Center invites people of all ages to their Christmas Cookie Decorating Class on Thursday, Dec. 15. 

Taught by Mrs. Claus herself, participants will receive hands-on instructions on learning how to make ordinary cookies look festive for the holidays.
 
The class will be from 5-8 p.m. at the East Ridge Community Center at 1515 Tombras Ave.  The price of admission is a food donation for the East Ridge Food Pantry.  Participants may even have the chance to show off their decorating skills to Santa Claus himself. 
 
“This event is for all ages as we don’t want to limit anyone’s fun,” said Hannah Spear, Community Center coordinator.

“If you want the opportunity to hang out with Mr. and Mrs. Claus, we want you to come. We are very excited to partner with the Claus’s and help provide the East Ridge Food Pantry with some items for their shelves this holiday season.”
 
For more information about the Christmas Cookie Decorating class, contact the East Ridge Community Center at 423-486-2034 or go to the city’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/EastRidgeTN.

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