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Ma'ema'e ‘Ohana Cookbook - deadline extended to 10/24

Hello Ma’ema’e families,

The due date for recipes and front cover designs have been extended to Sunday, October 24. We would love to collect over 100 recipes for our cookbook. See info and links below to submit your family recipe!

Extended deadline flyer

RECIPE INFO:

Recipes should not come from a copyrighted cookbook or website. We kindly ask that the recipes be in document (ex: Google Doc, Word) format. No photos, images, pdfs, or jpegs. Please be aware that we may reformat the recipe, font, and/or font size. If there are duplicate recipes being submitted, we may contact you to submit a different recipe.

Categories for the cookbook are: Appetizer Salad Main Dish Dessert Miscellaneous

See link below to submit your recipe.

RECIPE CONTEST INFO:

Three classrooms with the highest number of students submitting a recipe will win a PIZZA PARTY! Must submit by 10/24.

FRONT COVER INFO:

We are also looking for a student to design the front cover of our Ma'ema'e Cookbook! Designs may be submitted in color. However, depending on cost, we may print in black and white. If you would like, have your child write their first name and initial of their last name on the design to be recognized for their artwork! We will be choosing one design to be used for the front cover. See link below to submit a drawing.

Last day to submit a recipe and front cover design is Sunday, October 24.

Link to submit recipe:

https://forms.gle/xDQ2JwbZGq9vPR6d9

Link to submit front cover:

https://forms.gle/VQxVzZnhjmo9v6JL9

Be on the lookout for cookbook order forms! We plan to have them printed and distributed before winter break- just in time for the holidays! Use the cookbooks as gifts, keepsakes for the kids, or simply try out some recipes for holiday meals!

Please email maemaeprograms@gmail.com if you have any questions.

Thank you,

PTSA Programs Team

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