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Food, fun and sun in Northborough

Northborough – (l to r) Cassie Levin, 10, Caitlin Willwerth, 8, and Meredith Rafferty, 8, add ingredients as they prepare to bake chocolate-chip zucchini cookies during the July 20 session of Food, Fun and Sun, a three-day summer gardening camp offered by Northborough Recreation at Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS). Using fresh produce they picked from the ARHS Serenity Garden, students entering grades three through five learned to prepare nutritious recipes including strawberry sorbet, bean dip, mixed berry shortcake and chocolate-dipped strawberries. The camp was instructed by Susan Halpin, ARHS Nutrition and Culinary Arts teacher.

(l to r) Cassie Levin, 10, Caitlin Willwerth, 8, and Meredith Rafferty, 8, add ingredients as they prepare to bake chocolate-chip zucchini cookies during the July 20 session of Food, Fun and Sun, a three-day summer gardening camp offered by Northborough Recreation at Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS). Photo/Ed Karvoski Jr.

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2 Comments for “Food, fun and sun in Northborough”

  1. Just for clarification, Susan Halpin’s correct title is Nutrition and Culinary Arts teacher. I am not the director.

    Thanks,
    Susan Halpin

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