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Frank T. Wheeler Elementary School students and staff  recently enjoyed a lunch option provided by Chef Timothy Osuch from J. Timothy’s Restaurant in Plainville, as part of the Chefs Move To Schools Program. The visit was part of the Let's Move! initiative which helps local chefs partner with schools in their community. The goal of the program is to teach students about making balanced, healthy choices and exposing them to new, healthy foods that they may not normally try. | (Submitted)

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Wheeler students and staff enjoyed a lunch prepared by T. Timothy’s Restaurant chef Timothy Osuch recently as part of the Chefs Move to Schools program. | (Submitted)



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