Kids with The Mentors Project took a trip around the world at an International Food Fair. They dined on everything from gyros, alfredo, to bruschetta. Many of the kids said they enjoyed trying foods they don't normally eat.
Jamila Brooks, 12, said she is going to try to make the alfredo pasta when she gets home.
June O'Neal, executive director of the Mentors Project, said their mission is improving Bibb County's graduation rate.
She said more than 50 kids are on a waiting list needing mentors, and you can call 478-765-8624 if you're interested in helping out.