Title: 101911 SCHOOL LUNCH

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STAFF PHOTO ANDY SHUPE Cadi Cox, left, sticks her tongue out at fellow pre-kindergarten student Michael Lewallen as the two eat lunch Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011, at Owl Creek School in Fayetteville. The school is joining Happy Hollow and Butterfield Trail elementary schools in participating in three days of meals made with locally grown food as a part of a local participation in the national Farm to School Month, organized by the schools, Feed Fayetteville and Apple Seeds, Inc. Food served originated within 50 miles of the school.

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  • Photographer: ANDY SHUPE
  • Source: Northwest Arkansas Times
  • Credit: ANDY SHUPE
  • Published: December 30, 2011
  • Photo taken: December 30, 2011
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  • ImageDescription: STAFF PHOTO ANDY SHUPE Cadi Cox, left, sticks her tongue out at fellow pre-kindergarten student Michael Lewallen as the two eat lunch Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011, at Owl Creek School in Fayetteville. The school is joining Happy Hollow and Butterfield Trail elementary schools in participating in three days of meals made with locally grown food as a part of a local participation in the national Farm to School Month, organized by the schools, Feed Fayetteville and Apple Seeds, Inc. Food served originated within 50 miles of the school.
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  • Caption: STAFF PHOTO ANDY SHUPE Cadi Cox, left, sticks her tongue out at fellow pre-kindergarten student Michael Lewallen as the two eat lunch Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011, at Owl Creek School in Fayetteville. The school is joining Happy Hollow and Butterfield Trail elementary schools in participating in three days of meals made with locally grown food as a part of a local participation in the national Farm to School Month, organized by the schools, Feed Fayetteville and Apple Seeds, Inc. Food served originated within 50 miles of the school.