MICHIGAN STATE HIGH SCHOOLS: KIMBALL, VINE AND GENTLEMEN: MOST POPULAR WEDNESDAYS, BY STATE AND LOCATIONWEDNESSEY, MI (AP) KIMBLING — Kimball’s oldest resident, who has been there for almost 20 years, is back.KIMBALL — Kimbling’s oldest residents, who have been there at least 20 years and sometimes longer, are back.
The Kimball High School Gymnasium is hosting a weekly garden-themed cooking class on Wednesdays to help prepare students for the upcoming spring break.
Kimiball’s Kimball Senior High School, where she grew up, will host a garden-inspired cooking class Thursday.
It’s the latest step for Kimball, which is a city of roughly 2,600 in southwest Michigan.
Its population of about 1,000 is mostly white, about 40 percent Asian and a small percentage black.
The school has a long history of Asian and Asian-American students.
In a statement, Kimball Superintendent Ron Rolfe said Kimball was in the process of expanding the cooking classes and is looking forward to hosting them for the first time.
Kimbans Kitchen, which opened in 2011, hosts cooking classes at the school each Wednesday.
The group is mostly made up of students who have worked with the kitchen for about two years, Rolfen said.