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Hartselle Enquirer

Crestline students treated to Christmas-themed lunch

Crestline Elementary School students enjoyed a Christmas theme lunch on Dec. 14, thanks to the creative touch and extra work of lunchroom personnel. Helping arrange the event were (Front, L-R) Renee Owen and Terri Ward, manager, (Back, L-R) Belinda Logan, Marie Blevins, Barbara Mabrey and Judy Stafford.

The cafeteria workers at Crestline Elementary School  went above and beyond  the call of duty to make the Christmas holiday special for students  Dec. 14.
They created a Christmas theme in the dining area by hanging  snowflake cut-outs overhead putting up a Christmas tree and decorating the serving  line with holiday ornaments and figurines. In addition, each wore a Santa cap.
The holiday theme was evident in the menu, too. It featured Reindeer Food (steak nuggets), Great Northern Beans and snowballs, a combination of fruit cocktail, marshmallows and vanilla pudding. Other items included Sweet Potato Casserole, Corn Dogs, Kiwi Fruit, and Sliced Cucumbers and Tomatoes.
“We wanted to make everything look like Christmas and serve a nutritious lunch,” said Terri Ward, cafeteria supervisor.  “We plan theme lunches on every major holiday and do anything we can to interact with the kids.”
“Our cafeteria workers all do a great job,” said Jerry Reeves, director of school operations.  “Theme lun-ches help to promote a lunch that‘s available to students, parents and grandparents at all five schools.
“We’re serving more fresh fruits and vegetables in keeping with the big push that is going on in the state,” he added “and following the First Lady’s lead to curb obesity by reducing salt and fats in every way we can.”

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