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Third graders at Greenwood Elementary School in teachers Kathy Nelson, Karin Rost and Mary Bergseng's classrooms interviewed and reported on several area businesses. Last week they took trips to some of those businesses including Quarry Glass, where owner Pauly Cudd showed how he designs and makes pieces of blown glass; and Subway North, where Manager Jennifer Button explained how the Subway sandwich chain operates. Every third grader was treated to a sub sandwich. Above watching Cudd are, from left to...

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Third graders at Greenwood Elementary School in teachers Kathy Nelson, Karin Rost and Mary Bergseng's classrooms interviewed and reported on several area businesses.

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Last week they took trips to some of those businesses including Quarry Glass, where owner Pauly Cudd showed how he designs and makes pieces of blown glass; and Subway North, where Manager Jennifer Button explained how the Subway sandwich chain operates. Every third grader was treated to a sub sandwich. Above watching Cudd are, from left to right: Joey Wachtler, Cassia McClelland, Halle Olson, Isabella Ennen, Matt Maxwell, Jack Pestorious, Isabelle Greenwood, and Eva Parks. Below, waiting for subs from Button (right) are, from left to right: Skylar Stewart, Cassia McClelland and Hayley Lindaman.

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