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CHS students make fruit arrangements

Campbellsville High School students recently learned to make fruit arrangements.

 

Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant at Taylor County Extension Office, recently came to CHS to talk to students.

 

In Deanna Campbell’s foods and nutrition classes, Freeman taught students about fruit.

 

Fruits are healthy to eat, she said, and can be very aesthetically pleasing on a plate.

 

Freeman helped students learn to cut fruit and make smoothies.

 

She also taught students to make a fruit display and arrangements.

 

After they were finished, the students enjoyed the fruit as a snack.

 

CHS juniors Kiyah Barnett, at left, and Vonnea Smith prepare fruit for the fruit arrangement they will make with their classmates.

CHS juniors Kiyah Barnett, at left, and Vonnea Smith prepare fruit for the fruit arrangement they will make with their classmates.

 

CHS seniors, from left, Gabriel Clark, Michael De Oliveira and Alexis Underwood prepare ingredients to make a fruit smoothie.

CHS seniors, from left, Gabriel Clark, Michael De Oliveira and Alexis Underwood prepare ingredients to make a fruit smoothie.

 

CHS sophomores Bethany Harris, at left, and Cassi Pipes make a fruit smoothie.

CHS sophomores Bethany Harris, at left, and Cassi Pipes make a fruit smoothie.

 

CHS sophomore Joe Pipes prepares ingredients for his classmates to make a fruit tray.

CHS sophomore Joe Pipes prepares ingredients for his classmates to make a fruit tray.

 

Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant at Taylor County Extension Office, talks to CHS juniors Kiyah Barnett, center, and Vonnea Smith about making fruit arrangements.

Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant at Taylor County Extension Office, talks to CHS juniors Kiyah Barnett, center, and Vonnea Smith about making fruit arrangements.

 

From left, CHS senior Kayla Atkinson, sophomore Joe Pipes and juniors Kiyah Barnett and Vonnea Smith make a fruit arrangement together.

From left, CHS senior Kayla Atkinson, sophomore Joe Pipes and juniors Kiyah Barnett and Vonnea Smith make a fruit arrangement together.

 

Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant at Taylor County Extension Office, helps CHS students, from left, sophomores Jessie Bennett, Caleigh Bright and Ceondre Barnett make a fruit tray.

Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant at Taylor County Extension Office, helps CHS students, from left, sophomores Jessie Bennett, Caleigh Bright and Ceondre Barnett make a fruit tray.

 

From left, CHS juniors Kiyah Barnett and Vonnea Smith, senior Kayla Atkinson and sophomore Joe Pipes make a fruit arrangement.

From left, CHS juniors Kiyah Barnett and Vonnea Smith, senior Kayla Atkinson and sophomore Joe Pipes make a fruit arrangement.

 

CHS teacher Deanna Campbell helps sophomore Jessie Bennett cut fruit.

CHS teacher Deanna Campbell helps sophomore Jessie Bennett cut fruit.

 

CHS sophomores Ceondre Barnett, at left, and Caleigh Bright make a fruit tray.

CHS sophomores Ceondre Barnett, at left, and Caleigh Bright make a fruit tray.

 

CHS senior Kayla Atkinson and sophomore Joe Pipes work together to make a fruit arrangement, at left, while sophomore Bethany Harris enjoys some fruit.

CHS senior Kayla Atkinson and sophomore Joe Pipes work together to make a fruit arrangement, at left, while sophomore Bethany Harris enjoys some fruit.

 

CHS students enjoy the fruit tray they made.

CHS students enjoy the fruit tray they made.

 

CHS students worked together to make this fruit arrangement.

CHS students worked together to make this fruit arrangement.





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