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Students serve up snacks

HOISINGTON — Hoisington High School student Chaz Stephens was hungry one day, and he and fellow classmate Drew Reisner along with Principal Meg Wilson brain-stormed a plan last fall to begin serving healthy snacks at a reasonable cost to students mid-morning. The students are finding that good nutrition makes a difference.

Last Friday, swarms of students crowded around the snack table to purchase homemade muffins, cheese sticks, beef jerky, yogurt or water during the break between classes. The yogurt tubes and cheese sticks were 50 cents, but everything else was 25 cents.

And the students like the snacks, too. "I think ...

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