Alisha Crittenden feeds a celery stick to Amarion Jenkins, 3, during the Chef Nights event at Orchard Knob Elementary Tuesday evening. The event is designed to teach students, parents and faculty the benefits of eating healthy alongside tips for preparing nutritional snacks and meals and promoting physical activity in children.
Alisha Crittenden feeds a celery stick to Amarion Jenkins, 3, during the Chef Nights event at Orchard Knob Elementary Tuesday evening. The event is designed to teach students, parents and faculty the benefits of eating healthy alongside tips for preparing nutritional snacks and meals and promoting physical activity in children.
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published Wednesday, October 12th, 2011
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