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Students Tour Facility, Attend Wellness Seminar

Student Brian A. Dixson tours the Freshlife Wellness Center with owner Barbara Jarmoska. (Photo by Mary G. Trometter)Students in the Culinary Senior Project class visited Freshlife Wellness Center in Loyalsock Township on Nov. 9, where they toured the store and attended a seminar on guided imagery.

The seminar was presented by Barbara Jarmoska, health educator, president of Freshlife, and host of “Road to Health Radio,” a show aired locally on WRAK and WWPA. Bruce K. Lundrigran of Transformations Counseling Services in Williamsport also spoke with the students, providing them with information on learning how to respond to stress and explaining the physical impact stress has on the body.

Brian A. Dixson, Berwick; Ashley D. Gillespi Williamsport; and Julian D. Schramp, New Columbia, all bachelor-degree culinary arts students, were accompanied by Culinary Senior Project course instructor Mary G. Trometter, assistant professor of food and hospitality management/culinary arts.

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