The UT Extension in Dickson County is presenting two cooking schools designed to promote healthy living and reduce the risk for certain types of cancer. The Fitting It All Together cooking schools will be presented by Extension Leader Janet Cluck on Tuesday 10 am-noon at the East Hickman Community Center on Highway 100 in Lyles and 6-8 pm in the third-floor conference room at Horizon Medical Center in Dickson. The cooking schools are free but participants must register by calling the extension office by Thursday. Participants will receive a handout with recipes and have the opportunity to sample the recipes that are demonstrated. Fitting It All Together is presented by Team Up Tennessee, a cancer education and screening program that utilizes a partnership to educate Tennesseans about cancer prevention and the importance of early cancer screening in saving lives. The partnership includes the Dickson County Health Council, Horizon Medical Center and the Sarah Cannon Cancer Center at Natchez Medical Park. It combines the outreach of UT Extension with the service delivery of the Tennessee Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Program along with the expertise of the American Cancer Society, Susan G. Komen Foundation for the Cure and others. For more information or to register for one of Tuesday’s Fitting It All Together cooking schools, call the Dickson County-UT Extension at 446-2788.