For 40 C.H. Campbell Elementary School students who excelled in a school fundraiser, success has been, well, just the way the cookie crumbled.
With proceeds from the cookie dough sale earmarked for upgrades to the school playground, the students who met the criteria of selling 15 items per student or 20 per family were working their way towards a limo lunch.
School-wide, 170 students made the grade, and on Friday, May 4, 39 third-grade students from the classes of Heidi Snyder, Laurie Howley, John DiRenzo, and Marian Bailey departed the school in style, making their way to Golden Corral Restaurant for their turn at a congratulatory lunch, their reward in essence for "bringing in the dough."
Photo by Kathleen Palumbo, Town Crier correspondent
Olivia Amato, Hannah Barone, Brennan Beil, Evan Beistel, Morgan Carey, Emma Castranova, Erin Chaplow, Joshua Clay, Anthony Cronin, Andrew D'Apolito, Emma Daprile, Matthew DeFabio, James DeLisio, Angelo DePalmo, Emily Donaldson, Francesca DuPonty, Aaron Ferguson, Elizabeth Ferraro, Sarah Ferraro, Daniel Feuer, John Gomez, Connor Guzzi, Alexander Iannizzaro, Jade Hood, Lauren Jones, Emily Mashqbeh, Christopher Mauch, Evan McNally, Meghan McElwee, Austin Nabb, Delaney Pallo, Raquel Rossi, Antonio Santiago, David Schmidt, Jonathan Schmidt, Alexander Schneider, Morgan Schneider, Trinity Wendt, and Edanur Yazar. Absent were Lexsia Hawkes and Benjamin Martin enjoyed a ride in a limo for their fundraising skills.