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Dining Services' Mike Dinan schools his cherubic chefs.
Dining Services’ Mike Dinan schools his cherubic chefs.
Steven Lingg takes a healthy bite ...
Steven Lingg takes a healthy bite …
... while brother Ryan prefers a more deliberative pace.
… while brother Ryan prefers a more deliberative pace.
Munchable masterpieces
Munchable masterpieces
Enjoying the experience is camp counselor Melissa K. Stabley, a dental hygiene: health policy and administration concentration major from Williamsport.
Enjoying the experience is camp counselor Melissa K. Stabley, a dental hygiene: health policy and administration concentration major from Williamsport.

Youngsters enrolled in Penn College’s Camp ESCAPE practiced some kitchen wizardry on Tuesday. Gathering in and around the patio/courtyard of the Keystone Dining Room, the boys and girls made flatbread pizza appetizers, whole-wheat blueberry muffins and homemade Nutella … and enjoyed one of the best parts of food preparation: eating what they prepared! Cooking projects aren’t all that’s on the menu, however; in its second of seven weeks of activities, the camp offers regular field trips, games and – like any perfect summer – old and new friends.
Photos by Tia G. La, student photographer

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