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Schoharie kids learn healthy food is fun

Program readies students for new school lunch menu

Chef Gail Sokol visited Schoharie Elementary on Monday afternoon, and presented an interactive assembly for K-6 students called, “Thinking Outside the Lunchbox.” First grader Emma Mansheffer looks on with amazement at Chef Sokol prepare a healthy dish of chicken fingers, with yogurt, paprika and breadcrumbs in a bag, during the presentation.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Chef Gail Sokol visited Schoharie Elementary on Monday afternoon, and presented an interactive assembly for K-6 students called, “Thinking Outside the Lunchbox.” First grader Emma Mansheffer looks on with amazement at Chef Sokol prepare a healthy dish of chicken fingers, with yogurt, paprika and breadcrumbs in a bag, during the presentation.
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Youngsters were cheering and laughing Monday at Schoharie Elementary School as the aroma of cooked chicken wafted through the air of the tiny gymnasium. “Stinky garlic breath” and “chocolate cookies” drew roars from the students eager to take part in the assembly led by Chef Gail Sokol, who described how fun it can be to cook healthy food. Monday’s program, held in two sessions for a total of 426 students and staff, is the product ...


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