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School of Hospitality Gives Lesson at Day Camp


Day campers add Rice Krispies to Penn College student Robert G. Steward's recipe. Robert G. Steward, a culinary arts technology student from Williamsport, teamed up with children attending day camp at Bruce E. Henry Park in Loyalsock Township on Thursday to make Rice Krispies “lizards.” Steward and Frederick W. Becker, dean of hospitality, offered students their expertise about cooking and about hospitality careers.

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