LEARNING HOW TO MAKE A PIE -- The seventh-grade students at Lyndon Town School joined together with LTS Abbey Food director Justin Williams and his father Andy in the LTS kitchen to make 20 apple pies for their recent fundraiser. Using homemade pie crust and local apples, the students learned how to peel, core and prepare the apples and roll out the top and bottom dough. Williams had a great time with the kids, "I hope we do it again! They far surpassed my expectations of what they'd be able to do!" Caitlin Taylor enjoyed working with kids she doesn't usually get a chance to work with. The students donated half of their pies to HOPE and The Darling Inn; ate one pie with forks the minute it came out of the oven; and sold the remaining pies at their pie sale at the Breslin Center, which was donated by the Breslin Center board. The students plan to do another pie sale at Easter time. Participants included: from left, Andy and Justin Williams, Duncan D'Olimpio, Nicole O'Connor, Melanie Coons, Jaedyn Wade, Sydney Smith, Olivia Robinson, Hailie Bean, Matt Rice, Caitlin Taylor and Haleigh Gould.
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