Food is arguably the one thing that brings people together. Whether it's a birthday dinner, 4th of July barbeque, or ordering pizza for your family's monthly game night, we cannot deny that when we hear "there will be food" that we consider attending the event a little bit more than before. But, what food really makes people happy? What's the one thing we use to celebrate every occasion? Cake! Birthdays, weddings, baby showers - everything HAS to have a cake. Baking takes patience, elaborate skill, and a ton of attention to detail. One cupcake can't be bigger than the other, right? I remember in 5th grade taking a Home Economics class. To this day, I revert back to those memories of learning how to sew and cook, and even the simple task of properly washing dishes, and cleaning up after yourself! This is something that a lot of our youth is lacking. Extra curricular activities consist of computer classes, and playing video games after homework is done... on the computer. Not only will our children be experts at order take-out, and paying for cleaning services, they will be unable to properly communicate with the world. There needs to be a place where we can teach our children patience, skill, and proper communication with one another. Baking A Difference will do just that!