Fresh fruit, veggies on the menu at Durango schools

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Fresh fruit, veggies on the menu at Durango schools

Increases access to fresh fruits, vegetables
Florida Mesa Elementary School students, from left, Jaden Sanders, 7; Anthony Robles, 6; Brooklyn Osborn, 6; and Grace Howell, 7, make their selections from the new salad bar during Thursday’s lunch period. The salad bar, along with eight more, were donated to Durango School District 9-R.
Savannah Schlaufman, left, and Linda Weyers, center, both with the Colorado Potato Association, look through thank-you cards that Florida Mesa Elementary School students made to express their gratitude for the new salad bar. The salad bar was one of three donated to the district paid for by the Colorado Potato Association via grants from the Let’s Move Salad Bars to Schools nonprofit.
Florida Mesa Elementary School students build their salads at the new salad bar at the school during Thursday’s lunch period. The salad bar, along with eight more, were donated to Durango 9-R School District via grants from the Let’s Move Salad Bars to Schools nonprofit. Three of the nine were donated by the Colorado Potato Association.

Fresh fruit, veggies on the menu at Durango schools

Florida Mesa Elementary School students, from left, Jaden Sanders, 7; Anthony Robles, 6; Brooklyn Osborn, 6; and Grace Howell, 7, make their selections from the new salad bar during Thursday’s lunch period. The salad bar, along with eight more, were donated to Durango School District 9-R.
Savannah Schlaufman, left, and Linda Weyers, center, both with the Colorado Potato Association, look through thank-you cards that Florida Mesa Elementary School students made to express their gratitude for the new salad bar. The salad bar was one of three donated to the district paid for by the Colorado Potato Association via grants from the Let’s Move Salad Bars to Schools nonprofit.
Florida Mesa Elementary School students build their salads at the new salad bar at the school during Thursday’s lunch period. The salad bar, along with eight more, were donated to Durango 9-R School District via grants from the Let’s Move Salad Bars to Schools nonprofit. Three of the nine were donated by the Colorado Potato Association.
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