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How about dinner at the El Dorado Bistro this Friday night? Students in Canyon Del Oro High School’s advanced culinary class will prepare and serve a barbecue meal for only $8.50 per person. Served in the class’s special dining room, the meal will consist of baby back ribs and chicken served with corn on the cob, garlic mashed potatoes, an appetizer, salad, dessert and beverage. Reservations are required. They may be made by calling 696-5748. The young chefs, above, served healthy food choices at last weekend’s Healthiest Town in American expo.
Last year, Oro Valley dentists Drs. Bob and Debbie Oro spoke to educators at Canyon Del Oro High School about healthy living, and the Healthiest Town in America initiative.
J.D. Fitzgerald/Special to the Explorer, Canyon del Oro English teacher Ann Bonar walks 10,000 steps a day to stay healthy. Since listening to Healthiest Town in America promoters Drs. Bob and Debbie Oro, Bonar lost 35 pounds from January through July of last year, and she’s keeping it off. The second Healthiest Town in America celebration is this Saturday, March 6, at Oro Valley Marketplace.