Orangeville Citizen — by Brian Lockhart

They are two rather diverse careers, however Pam Fanjoy, owner and executive chef at Fan/Joy Restaurant and Bar in Hillsburgh, combines her culinary expertise with her career as a clinical social worker to foster healthy relationships during a rather difficult time.

With her restaurant currently closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Ms. Fanjoy is turning to online resources to help others cope with isolation through her Fan/Joy Chef Life Skills Family Program.

This is an eight-week, hands-on and interactive online therapeutic one-hour family cooking class for up to 10 families with children aged seven to 12. Additional classes will be held for 12- to 17-year-olds.

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