Maple Syrup a Big Hit at AC Spring Fling 2013!

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It was an amazing Spring Fling last Saturday night at Allendale Columbia School! The theme was Night at the Oasis, and you would not believe the transformation that occurred to the Dining Commons. As part of the auction, the maple syrup that the Middle School made from the AC maple trees on campus was sold to help fund next year’s project. Twenty-two twelve ounce bottles were sold and two were added to a basket and auctioned during the silent auction. Bottles and labels were purchased through Leader Evaporator and the maple syrup was made by the middle school students with much assistance from WoodWise Land Management members Pat Sadler and Dan Prokupets as well as teacher Beth Guzzetta. The bottle labels were designed by middle school students with help from their art teacher Amy Oliveri. Thanks to all for your support!

Looking forward to next year’s project!

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About bguzzetta

I am a middle school math and science teacher at Allendale Columbia School. Technology and the outdoors are integral parts of my curriculum. I love outdoor activities, which I enjoy with my family. I have always felt that students should be exposed to global research, and am very excited to be bringing this to my students with the support of school. Therefore, I have embarked on a journey that includes a collaboration between myself, the Seneca Park Zoo, the Smithsonian Institute, and National Geographic's photographer David Liittschwager. Sports have always been part of my life, and I am the current Girls Vice President for the Rochester District Youth Soccer League.
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One Response to Maple Syrup a Big Hit at AC Spring Fling 2013!

  1. nfilipi19 says:

    Reblogged this on LIFE AT AC.

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