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PHYLLIS BLAIR, nutrition specialist at Mayfield Elementary School, packs strawberries to be distributed to Bradley County students.

From Cooking for the Kids   |   4/8/20

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

PAYSY PLUMLEY takes a crate of milk from Beverly Greene to load on bus 52 for delivery to students.

From Cooking for the Kids   |   4/8/20

Lee University senior nursing students are shown during recent training at the Center for Domestic Preparedness in Anniston, Alabama. This training was immediately put into practice as many students were able to serve in local hospitals over the past several weeks with the coronavirus outbreak.

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

MONICA RANDLES, center, hands off one of the bundles of breakfast foods to Paula Patton to load on to bus 40 behind Blythe-Bower Elementary School. Chad Buckner from Cleveland Middle School is at left.

From Cooking for the Kids   |   4/8/20

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Popcorn Easter Baskets

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

MAYFIELD CAFETERIA STAFF poses for a photo during breakfast prep on Monday. From left are Sue Tegels, Phyllis Blair, Cindy Erfmann and Maxine Handy.

From Cooking for the Kids   |   4/8/20

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

CAFETERIA STAFF JANET SCHRAM and Beverly Greene pose for a photo while prepping breakfast for Bradley County students on Monday.

From Cooking for the Kids   |   4/8/20

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

PART OF BLYTHE-BOWER'S cafeteria staff squeezes in for a photo before loading up the buses for breakfast delivery. From left are Mendy Goodwin, Jenna Powers, Beverly Greene, Debra Gentry and Monica Randles.

From Cooking for the Kids   |   4/8/20

Banner photo, DANIEL GUY

SEVERAL CRATES of apples and oranges sit in crates before bag packing begins.

From Cooking for the Kids   |   4/8/20
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