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Campers Find Nutritious Antidote to Rainy Monday


"Concentration" is the mantra for these campers, spreading the groundwork in their makeshift kitchen.
“Concentration” is the mantra for these campers, spreading the groundwork in their makeshift kitchen.
Smiles are just one of the healthy ingredients on display in the Keystone Dining Room.
Smiles are just one of the healthy ingredients on display in the Keystone Dining Room.
Pawlik shows youngsters that good nutrition can also be fun, with help from student camp assistant Pearl L. Patterson (background).
Pawlik shows youngsters that good nutrition can also be fun, with help from student camp assistant Pearl L. Patterson (background).

Penn College’s Camp ESCAPE has begun its third week of summertime fun, offering youngsters a full menu of field trips, cooking projects, games and activities – rain or shine. Monday’s schedule included a nutrition project with Rebecca L. Pawlik, a registered dietitian with Dining Services, who showed the 6- through 14-year-olds how to make Fruit Sushi.
Photos by Amy S. Lingg, Dining Services marketing assistant

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