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Tastes good, good for you

Published April 25, 2007


Last week was time for the annual Heart Health Recipe Contest that challenges students to create or adapt a palate-pleasing recipe that's healthy, too. Contests were held last Wednesday at Chasco Middle School, Moore-Mickens Education Center and Zephyrhills High School. The following students were named winners:

Middle School

First place: Gulf Middle: Chris Hart, Sean Levin, James Osborn.

Second place: River Ridge Middle: Michael Alissandratos, Ray Brown, Todd Carlton, Mike Murphy, Alfonzo Stevenson.

Third place: Bayonet Point Middle: Maria Balazy, Morgan Schmidt.

Honorable mention: Chasco Middle: Alyssa Jackson, Garret Williams.


First place: Land O'Lakes High: Reinalda Flores, Kelly Kintzler.

Second place: River Ridge High: Robert Brady, Erin Miller, Sean Riley, Jared Haynes, C.J. Stamper.

Third place: Zephyrhills High: Amber Denn, Mike Payne.

Honorable mention: Wiregrass Ranch High: Martha Estrada, Elena Noriega, Jessica Thorton, Brittany Brassill, Samantha Erickson.


First place: Moore-Mickens Education Center: Jessica Braxton.

Second place: Moore-Mickens Education Center: Nellie A. Perez.

Third place: Moore-Mickens Education Center: Amber Godwin.

[Last modified April 25, 2007, 07:00:30]

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