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Ice Sculptures Provide ‘Cool’ Addition to Children’s Day

Just chillin' Some of the Children’s Learning Center gang, enjoying the beautiful fall weather in the Hager Lifelong Education Center courtyard on Friday, came upon a wonderful surprise. Chef Frank M. Suchwala, assistant professor of culinary arts/hospitality management, and his School of Hospitality students were out there, too, learning how to make ice sculptures! They kindly turned off their chain saws so that the children could come close enough to touch the sculptures. The consensus? They were cold! Photo by Regina G. Andes, assistant group leader, Children’s Learning Center

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