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Nutritious soup in a jar at Simonds School

  • Simonds Elementary School in Warner held its annual Curriculum Fair on March 19. This year, each family received a nutritious meal to take home. Families were able to sample four kinds of soup and then choose the jar they wanted to make at home. Soups included Friendship, country, Italian Bean and pasta, and potato. These healthy meals can feed a family of four for less than $3 and are high in fiber. Jars were layered with dried ingredients, including beans, rice, pasta and many spices. This was a community effort that included donations or assembly by the United Church of Warner, the Pillsbury Free Library, Warner 4-H, the Warner Historical Society, Simonds’ staff and several individuals from the community. 
<br/>Fourth-grader Ryan Dillon shows off his soup jar.

    Simonds Elementary School in Warner held its annual Curriculum Fair on March 19. This year, each family received a nutritious meal to take home. Families were able to sample four kinds of soup and then choose the jar they wanted to make at home. Soups included Friendship, country, Italian Bean and pasta, and potato. These healthy meals can feed a family of four for less than $3 and are high in fiber. Jars were layered with dried ingredients, including beans, rice, pasta and many spices. This was a community effort that included donations or assembly by the United Church of Warner, the Pillsbury Free Library, Warner 4-H, the Warner Historical Society, Simonds’ staff and several individuals from the community. 

    Fourth-grader Ryan Dillon shows off his soup jar.

  • Simonds Elementary School in Warner held its annual Curriculum Fair on March 19. This year, each family received a nutritious meal to take home. Families were able to sample four kinds of soup and then choose the jar they wanted to make at home. Soups included Friendship, country, Italian Bean and pasta, and potato. These healthy meals can feed a family of four for less than $3 and are high in fiber. Jars were layered with dried ingredients, including beans, rice, pasta and many spices. This was a community effort that included donations or assembly by the United Church of Warner, the Pillsbury Free Library, Warner 4-H, the Warner Historical Society, Simonds’ staff and several individuals from the community. 
<br/>MerryLynn Paradie and Linda Cermak pack soup jars.

    Simonds Elementary School in Warner held its annual Curriculum Fair on March 19. This year, each family received a nutritious meal to take home. Families were able to sample four kinds of soup and then choose the jar they wanted to make at home. Soups included Friendship, country, Italian Bean and pasta, and potato. These healthy meals can feed a family of four for less than $3 and are high in fiber. Jars were layered with dried ingredients, including beans, rice, pasta and many spices. This was a community effort that included donations or assembly by the United Church of Warner, the Pillsbury Free Library, Warner 4-H, the Warner Historical Society, Simonds’ staff and several individuals from the community. 

    MerryLynn Paradie and Linda Cermak pack soup jars.

  • Simonds Elementary School in Warner held its annual Curriculum Fair on March 19. This year, each family received a nutritious meal to take home. Families were able to sample four kinds of soup and then choose the jar they wanted to make at home. Soups included Friendship, country, Italian Bean and pasta, and potato. These healthy meals can feed a family of four for less than $3 and are high in fiber. Jars were layered with dried ingredients, including beans, rice, pasta and many spices. This was a community effort that included donations or assembly by the United Church of Warner, the Pillsbury Free Library, Warner 4-H, the Warner Historical Society, Simonds’ staff and several individuals from the community. 
<br/>Fourth-grader Ryan Dillon shows off his soup jar.
  • Simonds Elementary School in Warner held its annual Curriculum Fair on March 19. This year, each family received a nutritious meal to take home. Families were able to sample four kinds of soup and then choose the jar they wanted to make at home. Soups included Friendship, country, Italian Bean and pasta, and potato. These healthy meals can feed a family of four for less than $3 and are high in fiber. Jars were layered with dried ingredients, including beans, rice, pasta and many spices. This was a community effort that included donations or assembly by the United Church of Warner, the Pillsbury Free Library, Warner 4-H, the Warner Historical Society, Simonds’ staff and several individuals from the community. 
<br/>MerryLynn Paradie and Linda Cermak pack soup jars.
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