download (60)A class demonstrating how to make healthy, homemade cleaning products is scheduled to begin on April 14 at the new Western Arizona Vocational Education (W.A.V.E.) Central Culinary and Business Campus in Lake Havasu City.

Instructor Nancy Atchue will demonstrate how to make effective, non-toxic cleaning products using a few simple ingredients. “Living Green for Pennies” will teach attendees how to substitute “green” ingredients for their “chemical-laden counterparts.”

“Making your own cleaning products saves money, time, and packaging, not to mention improving your indoor air quality,” Atchue said. “By keeping our air and environment, cleaner, we are actually building a healthier environment for ourselves, our loved ones and our future generations. This information is especially helpful for parents who want to decrease the possibility of their children accidentally ingesting harmful chemicals.”

The six-session course will be offered from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays between April 14 and April 30 at the W.A.V.E. culinary facility at 1540 Palo Verde, S., near Golden Corral. Cost is $90.

Voters in Mohave and La Paz Counties approved the W.A.V.E. joint technical education district in 2008. The district provides high-quality vocational and technical education to high school students. The district now operates at Central Culinary and Business Campus at the Palo Verde location. For more information about the new campus and its offerings, go to www.wavejted.org.

For more information about the courses or to register, contact MCC’s community education manager Cheryl MacLean at (928) 692-3025 or cmaclean@mohave.edu.

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