Girl Scouts from Dover, Tilton-Northfield, and Pelham volunteered to prepare meals at the New Hampshire Food Bank's kitchen on April 6. The New Hampshire Lodging and Restaurant Association arranged to have the Girl Scouts participate as a way to explore a career in that field. The Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors earned their Dinner Party and Locavore badges by making cheeseburger mac and cheese, and prepping vegetables for salads. The food was distributed to agencies all over New Hampshire to provide 820 meals for children, adults, and senior citizens.
Girl Scouts learn how to prepare food for those in need at the New Hampshire Food Bank. From left are Kate Boucher, Tara Bigue, Ariana Bigue, Alyssa Caron, Cassie Caron, Daley Buckwell, and Montana Richardson.
Cutting up green peppers is Girl Scout Cassie Caron of Northfield.
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