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6 Manitowoc students learn about culinary arts on expenses-paid Milwaukee field trip

9:28 AM, Feb. 15, 2013
Chandler Ullman, left, an eighth-grader at Washington Junior High School, and Aaron Lukes, a seventh-grader at Washington, practice their knife skills at the Milwaukee Public Market during a culinary arts field trip to Milwaukee recently. With them is Lisa Nigro of A Bigger World Foundation, the Chicago-based organization that provided the field trip for six Manitowoc students and three chaperones free of charge.
Chandler Ullman, left, an eighth-grader at Washington Junior High School, and Aaron Lukes, a seventh-grader at Washington, practice their knife skills at the Milwaukee Public Market during a culinary arts field trip to Milwaukee recently. With them is Lisa Nigro of A Bigger World Foundation, the Chicago-based organization that provided the field trip for six Manitowoc students and three chaperones free of charge.
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Four students from Washington Junior High School and two from Lincoln High School who have an interest in culinary arts recently took an all-expenses-paid Saturday field trip to Milwaukee for a behind-the-scenes look at the food industry.

"It was an amazing experience," said eighth-grader Malik Davise, who had been to Milwaukee only a couple of times and never to the places included on the field trip.

The students, accompanied by family and consumer science teachers Bev Deem and Becky Grodek as well as Kari Krull, the Manitowoc Public School District's career and technical education ...

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