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Andersen 2nd grader's recipe wins her trip to White House

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - She’s got the recipe to success! Andersen Elementary School 2nd grader Lily Vinch has won a ticket to the White House. She is among 54 students from across the country that was selected to attend the Healthy Lunchtime Challenge and Kids’ State Dinner in Washington D.C. The annual competition challenges students to demonstrate their understanding of the importance of cooking and eating healthy. They must follow the U.S.D.A.’s “My Plate” guidelines for healthy meals which incorporates each of the food groups. Lily submitted her dish a “Mo-Rockin’ Meatless Monday Special”.  The dish is a couscous and spinach salad with Moroccan spices and dried fruits. The event is scheduled for July 17th- 18th.
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