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CES preschool students learn about vegetables

Campbellsville Elementary School preschool students recently learned about some new vegetables.

 

Audrey Myers, Extension Agent for Family and Consumer Science at Taylor County Extension Office, came to CES recently to talk to preschool students about the importance of eating vegetables.

 

Myers read to students about vegetables, and introduced them to a vegetable that begins with every letter of the alphabet.

 

Afterward, students sampled sweet potato pudding.

 

Audrey Myers, Extension Agent for Family and Consumer Science at Taylor County Extension Office, tells students about vegetables.

Audrey Myers, Extension Agent for Family and Consumer Science at Taylor County Extension Office, tells students about vegetables.

 

Audrey Myers, Extension Agent for Family and Consumer Science at Taylor County Extension Office, tells students about vegetables.

Audrey Myers, Extension Agent for Family and Consumer Science at Taylor County Extension Office, tells students about vegetables.

 

Audrey Myers, Extension Agent for Family and Consumer Science at Taylor County Extension Office, passes out samples of sweet potato pudding.

Audrey Myers, Extension Agent for Family and Consumer Science at Taylor County Extension Office, passes out samples of sweet potato pudding.

 

CES preschool student Kingston Cowherd smiles as he samples sweet potato pudding. At left is his classmate, Addisyn Taylor.

CES preschool student Kingston Cowherd smiles as he samples sweet potato pudding. At left is his classmate, Addisyn Taylor.

 

CES preschool students Jacob Parrish, at left, and Tabitha Leggett sample sweet potato pudding.

CES preschool students Jacob Parrish, at left, and Tabitha Leggett sample sweet potato pudding.





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