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Retired BC Lions coach and CFL hall-of-famer Wally Buono (above, centre), and MasterChef Canada winner David Jorge (above, right) provided tasty tips as they each prepared a pizza at the Dr. Greg's SuperChefs Cookery for Kids camp at Johnston Heights Secondary.
Dentist and philanthropist Dr. Greg Chang (above, left) established the SuperChefs program to provide nutrition education and culinary skills, as well as sports activities for children, during the summer. The program has been available at Surrey Schools since 2010 and is provided around the world.
Dr. Greg's SuperChefs for Kids was recognized at the event by the TD Bank for "embodying exceptional dedication" to the community.
In his address at the event, Surrey Board of Education trustee Garry Thind pointed out the SuperChefs program is provided at no cost to students' families.
"Our board continues to be proud to partner with SuperChefs to offer such a great learning experience for children that also happens to be so engaging and entertaining and completely free to families," says Thind.
The program has expanded in Surrey Schools over the last two years to include an adapted version for students with special needs.