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Courtesy photoStudents from Clinton High School with the FACS department had a extended lesson on meal service types with an extra bonus in receiving a delicious meal served at Mike's Tree Farm restaurant in Beulaville. Students were able to practice essential learning questions from their foods curriculum guide, based on principles of etiquette's for meal service and table setting. The evening consisted of the owners speaking to the group of students about starting the farm and restaurant experience and what all they have learned from the life long journey, the meal, and of course a ride away the farm t0 see the spring crops in development. Advisors Tracy Hatcher, Jeannette Butler Donna Owens said they enjoyed the company of their students.
Courtesy photoStudents from Clinton High School with the FACS department had a extended lesson on meal service types with an extra bonus in receiving a delicious meal served at Mike's Tree Farm restaurant in Beulaville. Students were able to practice essential learning questions from their foods curriculum guide, based on principles of etiquette's for meal service and table setting. The evening consisted of the owners speaking to the group of students about starting the farm and restaurant experience and what all they have learned from the life long journey, the meal, and of course a ride away the farm t0 see the spring crops in development. Advisors Tracy Hatcher, Jeannette Butler Donna Owens said they enjoyed the company of their students.
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Students from Clinton High School with the FACS department had a extended lesson on meal service types with an extra bonus in receiving a delicious meal served at Mike’s Tree Farm restaurant in Beulaville. Students were able to practice essential learning questions from their foods curriculum guide, based on principles of etiquette’s for meal service and table setting. The evening consisted of the owners speaking to the group of students about starting the farm and restaurant experience and what all they have learned from the life long journey, the meal, and of course a ride away the farm t0 see the spring crops in development. Advisors Tracy Hatcher, Jeannette Butler Donna Owens said they enjoyed the company of their students.

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