Fayette County Public Schools child nutrition supervisor Diane Seale, second from right, put an "I Tried It" sticker on Kori Moore, 5, as child nutrition  coordinator Marty Flynn served locally grown lettuce during a taste test Thursday at Lansdowne Elementary School.
Fayette County Public Schools child nutrition supervisor Diane Seale, second from right, put an "I Tried It" sticker on Kori Moore, 5, as child nutrition coordinator Marty Flynn served locally grown lettuce during a taste test Thursday at Lansdowne Elementary School.
Fayette County Public Schools child nutrition supervisor Diane Seale, second from right, put an "I Tried It" sticker on Kori Moore, 5, as child nutrition coordinator Marty Flynn served locally grown lettuce during a taste test Thursday at Lansdowne Elementary School.

Farm to School program brings locally grown produce to the lunchroom

April 26, 2011 12:00 AM

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