Rena Hubbard, Youth Health Educator at the Clay Extension Office, recently visited the Clay Afterschool Program (CAP) at Clay Elementary, and she brought a special guest: a dairy cow made of plywood. As part of the Healthy Choices component taught by Mrs. Pam Woods and Ms. JoAnn Metheney, students have been studying the importance of dairy products and their many health benefits. Mrs. Hubbard talked with students specifically about milk. She also read a book to them about how milk goes from the farm to the grocery store and even showed students pictures of animals from around the world that produce milk humans can drink. But the highlight of each session was when students had the opportunity to learn how to milk a cow, using the model Mrs. Hubbard brought with her. Thank you, Mrs. Hubbard, for being a part of CAP! The students truly enjoyed their time with you!