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Someone’s in the Kitchen with Dinosaurs?

Barbara A. Hanford, assistant cook, and some of the children from the Birds Cooking and lookingKeystone Dining Room staff helped out with the cooking of some very large bones that Children’s Learning Center director Karen Payne brought in Tuesday. “What kind of bones are these?” she asked the children. The most common guess, inspired bya recent field trip to Clyde Peeling’s Reptiland, was “T-Rex!” Whatever they are, they’ll come back to the center for closer viewing once they are cooked and cooled. Photos by Jessica M. Milheim. group leader

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