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5aday. Learning about fruits and veggies is easy and fun. This booklet includes: 1. Fruits and veggies bring to young children a rainbow of bright colors. but they also provide many health benefits. Young children are at the perfect age to learn about healthy eating and preparing food. due to their beneficial compounds called antioxidants. 4. Simple and fun recipes that children can help prepare. • Knead dough. Because of these known health benefits. Ideas for ways that adults can help children enjoy the many wonderful tastes of fruits and veggies. vitamin C and fiber. Here are some things that children can do at different ages: 3-year old children can: • Use a table knife to spread peanut butter. delicious and come in lots of varieties and forms. • Mix salad ingredients together in a large mixing bowl. • Roll food into a ball. fun shapes and unique textures from which to learn. both now and in the future. Other benefits include weight control and decreased risk of stroke. 5. 5-year old children can: • Use a table knife for cutting soft foods. • Stir or mix wet and dry ingredients together. Offering a total of 3 cups of fruits and veggies each day should meet the needs of most young children. heart disease and certain cancers. A list of county fairs where you can learn more about North Carolina-grown produce. A damp cloth under the bowl can help to keep it from slipping. This can be broken down into 1½ cups of fruits and 1½ cups of veggies each day. like meatballs. Show your child how to hold the knife. The Dietary Guidelines also recommend offering dark green and orange veggies and orange fruits more often than other varieties. Information on produce grown in North Carolina and the seasons that they are available.Fruit and Veggie Fun for Every Season Not only are fruits and vegetables nutritious. and the health benefits will last a lifetime. Tips for buying. 4-year old children can: • Peel oranges or hard-cooked eggs. Fruit and Veggie Fun for Every Season was developed to help you teach the young children in your life about the importance of eating fruits and veggies every day. They are important for every age group. or eggs for egg salad. • Mash foods like beans with a fork for a dip. Activity pages for children and adults to work on together. Preparing and eating more of them really does matter. Fruits and veggies are full of nutrients like vitamin A. 3. 2. For more recipes and tips using fruits and veggies. storing and fixing in-season fruits and veggies. 6. visit www. like cooked potatoes or bananas. . like pancake mix.gov. the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend that fruits and veggies be eaten every day as part of a balanced diet.
move them to a plastic bag or freezer container. a shrunken appearance or softness. Storing it… • • Store broccoli unwashed. firm flesh.ams. Frozen strawberries will last about 10 months to 1 year.gov/month/index. Adapted from USDA’s How to Buy Fresh Vegetables at http://www.htm and the CDC’s Fruit & Vegetable of the Month calendar at http://www. Rinse just before use. . healthy smoothie. and place in the crisper drawer of the refrigerator. bright.usda. Strawberries are great eaten out-of-hand or sliced in a fruit salad or on your cereal or pancakes in the morning. and ice to make a delicious. Strawberries can be frozen. Strawberries should be dry and clean. How to Buy Fresh Fruits at http://www.usda. and mold.Spring Buy…Store…Fix…Enjoy! Broccoli Buying it… • • Look for firm stalks with deep green or purplish-green heads that are tightly packed.gov/howtobuy/fruit. Try blending chopped strawberries with other types of fruit. Fixing them… • • • Wash and cut leaves of strawberries just before use.ams.html. Strawberries Buying them… • • Look for berries with a full red color. and the stem still attached. Use broccoli a day or two after purchasing.5aday. water-soaked spots on the bud cluster. Freeze them unwashed and completely dry in a single layer on a cookie sheet. in an open plastic bag. push a plastic drinking straw from the bottom of the strawberry straight through and out the top. slippery. Avoid strawberries with uncolored or large seedy areas. Fixing it… • • Wash broccoli just before use. Keep them unwashed and covered with plastic wrap in the original container or in a shallow pan lined with paper towels. To remove the entire core (hulling). Once frozen. milk or yogurt. Cooked broccoli should be tender enough to be pierced with a sharp knife and still remain crisp and bright green in color. Rinse just before use. Storing them… • • • Store strawberries in the crisper drawer of the refrigerator.gov/howtobuy/fveg. Use fresh strawberries within one week of purchase. Steam in the microwave or on the stovetop with a little broth or water.htm. Avoid broccoli heads that are light green or with soft.
washed. Remove from heat. wax-coated paper cups. stems removed 1 can (5 ounces) evaporated milk* 3 tablespoons frozen orange. NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION: 180 calories. 1 g fiber. 4. Place in shallow pan and insert a wooden craft stick or plastic spoon into the center of each. grated DIRECTIONS: 1. 336 mg sodium Makes 4 servings Frosty Strawberry Pops www. cranberry or pineapple juice concentrate* DIRECTIONS: 1. Cook. 25 mg sodium Makes 8 servings * WIC Supplemental Food Children may be able to help complete steps with this symbol: . Reduce heat. Bring to a boil. After pops are frozen. 2g fat.com INGREDIENTS: 1 pint basket fresh strawberries. 11 mg cholesterol. salt. 3. 14 g protein. stirring constantly. 4 g fat. 15 g carbohydrate. 7. Place vegetables and broth in saucepan. dip briefly into hot water up to rim of cup. blend all ingredients about 1 minute until smooth. until soup is lightly thickened and mixture just begins to boil. Mix milk. In a blender container. 2 g protein.5aday. cover and cook until vegetables are tender (about 8 minutes). 2. 3. To release pops from cups. cornstarch. 1 g fiber. Add cheese and stir until melted. 6. 23 g carbohydrate.calstrawberry. Pour into eight 3-ounce. 4.Broccoli Soup www. 5. they can be transferred to a re-sealable plastic bag for freezer storage. 5 mg cholesterol. pepper and thyme and add to cooked vegetables. Freeze until firm. 5. NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION: 76 calories. 6.gov INGREDIENTS: 1½ cups chopped broccoli ¼ cup diced celery ¼ cup chopped onion 1 cup low-sodium chicken broth 2 cups fat-free milk* 2 tablespoons cornstarch ¼ teaspoon salt Dash pepper Dash ground thyme ¼ cup Swiss cheese*. about 4 hours. 2.
rice or tossed salads to brighten your meals. If the corn was purchased unhusked. Storing them… • • • Store blueberries in the crisper drawer of the refrigerator. Adapted from USDA’s How to Buy Fresh Vegetables at http://www.usda. Select ears that are well-covered with plump. Avoid ears with kernels that are large. stir blueberries into cake or muffin batter last. keep it in its husk until ready for use. Frozen blueberries will last about 10 months to 1 year. Add corn to vegetable soups.gov/howtobuy/fveg. Keep them unwashed and covered with plastic wrap in the original container or in a shallow pan lined with paper towels. Fixing them… • • To reduce the amount of color streaking.html. Wait to add blueberries to pancakes until the batter has been poured on the griddle. Fixing it… • • Try grilling corn for a tasty summer treat.htm. not-too-mature kernels. . firm. Storing it… • • Store corn in the crisper drawer of the refrigerator. dry.ams.htm and the CDC’s Fruit & Vegetable of the Month calendar at http://www. Blueberries can be frozen. mushy or leaking berries.gov/month/index.5aday.usda. Blueberries Buying them… • • Look for dark blue berries that are plump. Use fresh blueberries within two weeks of purchase. Use corn within five to eight days of purchase.ams. How to Buy Fresh Fruits at http://www. Once frozen. Avoid soft.gov/howtobuy/fruit. uniform in size. and free from stems or leaves. move them to a plastic bag or freezer container.Sweet Corn Buying it… • • • Buy…Store…Fix…Enjoy! Summer Look for husks with good green color. Try adding blueberries to vegetable or fruit salads or to smoothies. Rinse just before use. Freeze them unwashed and completely dry in a single layer on a cookie sheet. and stem ends that are not too discolored or dried. are too darkly colored or appear dried. Grilling it in the husk helps to retain flavor. silk-ends that are free from decay or worm injury. lack color.
Add blueberries and stir with spoon. oats and cinnamon. 4 g protein. 21 g carbohydrate. Cream butter and sugar. Add flour. tossing occasionally. Add vanilla and milk. Mix well. 5. Pour batter into a greased 9x9-inch pan. 6. Add remaining ingredients and toss to coat. Sprinkle ¼ cup brown sugar over batter. 7 g fat. 2. 43 mg cholesterol. 0. 3. 9. Let the bars cool and then drizzle with topping. Whisk oil. 7. Season salad with salt and pepper.us INGREDIENTS: ½ cup butter or margarine ¾ cup sugar 2 eggs* 1 teaspoon vanilla ¾ cup 1% low-fat milk* 1½ cups self-rising flour DIRECTIONS: 1.com INGREDIENTS: 1/3 cup olive oil 2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar 1 teaspoon ground cumin 1 15½ oz can Great Northern beans*. Let stand at least 1 hour and up to 4 hours.Two-Bean and Corn Salad www. seeded. 237 mg sodium Makes 8 servings Melt In Your Mouth Blueberry Bars www.epicurious. NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION: 169 calories. NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION: 192 calories. 5 g fiber. 4. rinsed and drained 1 15½ oz can black beans*. Bake at 325º F for about 30 to 40 minutes. chopped (optional) DIRECTIONS: 1. thawed 1 medium-size red bell pepper. To make topping. chopped 1 cup chopped red onion a cup chopped fresh cilantro 2 small jalapeño chilies. 208 mg sodium * WIC Supplemental Food Children may be able to help complete steps with this symbol: . 3 g protein. 3. Mix well. 9 g fat. 10.state. rinsed and drained 3 celery stalks.nc. 30 g carbohydrate. gradually stir the milk into the confectioner’s sugar until smooth. This bar freezes well.agr. 2. Add eggs and beat well. 0 mg cholesterol. 4. vinegar and cumin in large bowl to blend. Makes 16 bars ¼ teaspoon cinnamon ½ cup rolled oats* 1½ cup fresh blueberries.8 g fiber. chopped 2 cups frozen corn kernels. rinsed ¼ cup brown sugar Topping: 1 cup confectioner’s sugar 3 or 4 teaspoons 1% low-fat milk* 8.
Sizing Up Seeds The seeds of fruits and veggies come in all different sizes. tiny seeds inside like a kiwi? Pear Which fruit or veggie has big seeds inside just like a watermelon? Avocado Which fruit or veggie has a pit just like an apricot? Pumpkin Answers: Apple/Pear. Draw a line between the fruits and veggies with matching seeds. Kiwi/Strawberry. Color the fruits and veggies when you are done! Which fruit or veggie has small seeds inside just like an apple? Strawberries Which fruit or veggie has teeny. Watermelon/Pumpkin and Apricot/Avocado .
Then. color your fruit and veggie treasure! .Diving for Fruit and Veggie Treasure Count the number of each fruit and veggie you can put in your Outer Banks treasure chest.
Kernels Kernels are the seeds of corn.Color a Corn Ear! Corn is a true “power” plant. Corn Flakes. The kernels of corn we eat in North Carolina can be yellow. It begins as a tiny seed and can grow to the height of an elephant! There are 500 to 1000 kernels of corn on each ear. Now that’s a lot of seeds! Learn more about the parts of a corn ear from the picture below. Corn Tortillas. They are green. white or yellow and white. Color the parts when you are done. Grits and Popcorn . but turn brown when the corn is ready to be picked. Silks Silks are the female flower of corn. Can you name some foods that we eat that have corn in them? Possible Answers: Corn Bread. Ear leaf Ear leaves protect and feed the corn plant. They are pale yellow.
Finding Fruits and Veggies in the Mountains Can you find 5 kinds of North Carolina fruits and veggies hidden in this picture? Answers: Apple. Strawberry and Zucchini . Broccoli. Corn.
Greens can also be steamed.usda. Rinse just before use. and pasta or chicken salads. a wilted appearance or evidence of insects. Use greens within two days of purchase.gov/howtobuy/fruit. cheese platters.gov/howtobuy/fveg.htm and the CDC’s Fruit & Vegetable of the Month calendar at http://www. Fixing them… • • • Before using greens. free from defects. Keeping them… • • Store grapes unwashed in a covered container or plastic bag within the crisper drawer of the refrigerator. healthy green color. delicious frozen treat! Adapted from USDA’s How to Buy Fresh Vegetables at http://www. plump. wrinkled or leaking grapes. dunk into a bowl of tepid water a few times and drain.Fall Buy…Store…Fix…Enjoy! Collard Greens Buying them… • • Look for leaves that are fresh. Keeping them… • • Store greens unwashed in the refrigerator. or bunches with stems that are brown and brittle. remove any wilted or yellow leaves. young.ams.5aday. How to Buy Fresh Fruits at http://www. To decrease the bitterness of greens. and firmly attached to the stem. yogurt.gov/month/index. and that have a good. yellowish-green color. Grapes Buying them… • • • Look for grapes that are well-colored. blanch them in boiling water for about one minute prior to cooking. either in the crisper drawer or in a plastic bag with holes in it. Try freezing grapes for an easy. Use grapes within two to three days of purchase.usda.ams.html. Greens are traditionally boiled or simmered very slowly with a piece of ham hock for an extended period of time until soft. . Avoid bunches with bleached areas around the stem ends. Rinse just before use. fibrous stems.htm. Avoid soft. tender. microwaved or sautéed. Greens can then be added to various dishes like soups. softness. Fixing them… • • Grapes are great simply eaten out-of-hand or added to fruit salads. Avoid leaves with coarse. salads and stews.
Cool before serving. salt and baking powder. 311 mg sodium * WIC Supplemental Food Children may be able to help complete steps with this symbol: . 35 g carbohydrate. lightly beat eggs. Add in the dry ingredients and the milk.4 g fiber. 4. 1. sour cream. 2.cooks. 8. Bake 40 to 50 minutes or until knife inserted in center comes out clean.Collard-Green Quiche www. Line muffin tin with 12 paper muffin cups. 8. Bake in the preheated oven until the muffins are golden brown. 5. 6 g protein. set aside. melted butter. Do not over-mix. oregano and onion. Sprinkle with remaining cheese. Pour egg mixture over veggies. Spoon the batter into the prepared muffins cups and top with a teaspoon of grape jelly. 3. 13 g fat. 12 g carbohydrate. 14 g fat. squeezed dry ½ cup chopped fresh or canned mushrooms ½ cup chopped bell pepper 6. shredded 2 cups chopped cooked fresh. 5. NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION: 286 calories. 0.tablegrape. Add greens. peanut butter and eggs and mix until well combined. salt. stirred DIRECTIONS: 1. bell pepper. 6. 3. In large bowl. 9. Preheat oven to 350º F. mushrooms. 53 mg cholesterol. Fold in the grapes. 389 mg sodium Peanut Butter and Grape Muffins www.com INGREDIENTS: 2 cups flour ½ teaspoon salt 1½ teaspoon baking powder ½ cup sugar ½ cup butter or margarine. Sift together the flour.3 g fiber. 7.com INGREDIENTS: 1 (9 inch) unbaked pie crust 4 large eggs*. sprinkle ½ cup cheese. Bake pie crust about 8 minutes. Heat oven to 350º F. Makes 8 servings a cup finely chopped onion 1 cup reduced-fat cheddar cheese*. Let stand approximately 10 minutes before cutting. The batter will be slightly lumpy. 2. pepper. Makes 12 muffins 7. melted ½ cup crunchy peanut butter* 2 eggs* 1 cup 1% low-fat milk* 1 cup seedless grapes ¼ cup grape jelly. 10 g protein. add the sugar. set aside. 14-16 minutes. 9. 4. NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION: 214 calories. Stir until evenly moistened. In another bowl. frozen (or leftover) collard greens. room temperature 1 cup reduced-fat sour cream ½ teaspoon salt ½ teaspoon ground black pepper 1 teaspoon dried oregano DIRECTIONS: 1. 125 g cholesterol. On bottom of crust. 10.
usda. and cook at 375º F for 45 minutes until tender.html.gov/howtobuy/fruit. Sweet potatoes can be added to soups. baked goods or as a substitute for white potatoes in your favorite recipes. butter. Use apples within six weeks of purchase. Apples are great eaten out-of-hand for a snack or baked with a touch of cinnamon. Store apples unwashed in a plastic bag in the crisper drawer of the refrigerator. bright. uniformly colored skins that are free from signs of decay.ams. Use sweet potatoes within one week of purchase if stored at room temperature. Prepare apple dishes just before serving to reduce browning. dry place. Simply pierce with a fork. Already-cut apples can be protected from browning by dipping them in a solution of one part lemon juice and three parts water. grub injury. crisp. Pierce with a fork. Try chopped apples in your hot cereal. place them on a paper towel. puddings.ams. Store sweet potatoes unwashed in a cool. and cook on high for five to nine minutes (for 2 sweet potatoes). pantry or garage. place potatoes on a pan. they will keep for up to a month or longer. How to Buy Fresh Fruits at http://www. If stored in a cool.Winter Buy…Store…Fix…Enjoy! Sweet Potatoes Buying them… • • • • Look for firm sweet potatoes with smooth. sprouts or any other defects which penetrate the skin.htm. well-colored apples.htm and the CDC’s Fruit & Vegetable of the Month calendar at http://www.gov/howtobuy/fveg. .usda. Keeping them… Fixing them… Adapted from USDA’s How to Buy Fresh Vegetables at http://www. Avoid sweet potatoes with worm holes. Use applesauce to replace fats (oil. Avoid overripe apples (yield to slight pressure) and those affected by freeze (bruised areas).gov/month/index. wrinkles. dry place such as a cellar. Apples can be washed with soap and rinsed with water just before use. shortening) in your baked goods to reduce the fat and calories. Keeping them… Fixing them… • • • Apples Buying them… • • • • • • • Look for firm. Wash just before use. casseroles. cuts. Sweet potatoes can be baked.5aday. Never store sweet potatoes in the refrigerator. Microwaving sweet potatoes is a quick alternative to baking.
4 g protein. Bake potatoes for 15-20 minutes or until golden brown on bottom. 2. 27 g carbohydrate. 1 g protein. 3 g fiber. nutmeg and salt (if desired).bestapples. Coat a baking sheet with nonstick cooking spray and arrange potatoes in a single layer on baking sheet. 6. 30 mg sodium Makes 6 servings Sweetened Apple Oatmeal www. Sprinkle with salt and serve. 9 g fat. Preheat oven to 400º F. 331 mg sodium Makes 1 serving * WIC Supplemental Food Children may be able to help complete steps with this symbol: .sweetpotato. 22g carbohydrate. 3. In small pot. Heat to boiling. 0 mg cholesterol. NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION: 166 calories. combine apple. Cover and let stand two minutes before serving. water. Turn potatoes over and bake about 15-20 minutes or until golden brown all over. cinnamon. Stir in oats and cook 1 minute. 3. 4. NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION: 122 calories.org INGREDIENTS: 4 sweet potatoes ¼ cup olive oil Salt to taste DIRECTIONS: 1. 3 g fiber.com INGREDIENTS: ½ cup diced apple a cup apple juice* a water c teaspoon cinnamon c teaspoon nutmeg c teaspoon salt (optional) a cup quick cooking oats* DIRECTIONS: 1. 5. Cut sweet potatoes into ½-inch thick lengthwise strips and toss with olive oil.Baked Sweet Potato Fries www. 2. 2 g fat. 4. 0 mg cholesterol. apple juice.
Look for round items (like grapes. You can use fruits and veggies to help kids learn new skills and concepts about nutrition and health. color. Use a flannel story board with fruits and veggies or read fruit and veggie-themed stories to make a real impact. For example. Alike and Different Check out all the ways that oranges. lettuce and cabbage). smell or taste of one fruit to another – like apples and oranges. Try some of the fun ideas listed below! How Foods Help Kids Stay Healthy Talk about how fruits and veggies help kids grow and be healthy.com. Discuss the different ways the same fruit can be eaten. celery and asparagus). tomatoes and grapes) or green (like peas. to tiny little blueberries. applesauce. downloadable songs like www. Count how many baby carrots eaten like a bunny or how many banana slices eaten like a monkey. Draw or paint pictures of favorite fruits and veggies and highlight the rainbow of colors available. you know that most children like to learn about new things and talk about the world around them. Plant a mini-garden to demonstrate how fruits and veggies can be alike and different from seed to fruiting plant. dried apples and apple pie. Count how many grapes or melon balls it takes to fill up measuring cups to one and a half cups (the recommended amount of fruit for preschoolers to have each day). melons and kiwis) or tall skinny ones (like carrots. . or go to a web site with fun. feel. lemons and limes are alike and all the ways that they are different.dole5aday. grapefruit. Use well-known tunes and make up lyrics about the benefits of fruits and veggies. apple slices. Compare and Classify Compare the size. apple juice. Talk about the size of fruits and veggies – from gigantic pumpkins. Colors and Shapes Point out fruits and veggies that can be red (like potatoes. caregiver or educator. An apple a day really can help keep the doctor away.Learning about Fruits and Veggies Food makes a very tasty teaching tool. to medium-sized pears. Numbers and Counting Count the number of apples put into a bag at the store or count the number of peas in a pod. Plan a tasting party to introduce new fruits and veggies. Talk about how munching on carrots can help you see in the dark. As a parent.
If they don’t like something the first time. wait a few weeks and try. and they just might give them a try. Likes and dislikes change as children grow. Get excited about how good veggies look. too! If you make it they will come The more visible you make fruits and veggies to children. Give kids a choice Take them on a grocery store “tour” or Farmers’ Market to let them see all the different shapes and colors that fruits and veggies offer. Let children decide whether to eat it and how much to eat. See the recipe for Baked Sweet Potato Fries within this booklet! . have them help with the preparation. smell and taste. try seasoned. baked sweet potatoes. There is always something that they will like There are so many fruits and veggies out there to choose from. the more likely they are to eat them. Then.” Grow a garden. Get interactive Have children sprinkle raisins or blueberries on cereal or yogurt or grate carrots for a salad. At home. Have children pick out a new fruit or veggie that they would like to try. try again! Prepare unique twists on common favorites Instead of high-fat French fries. or spinach in a tossed salad with other greens. Pick up a pack of dried fruit instead of a candy bar. leave fruits and veggies where kids can see them – on the counter or in clear containers in the refrigerator. Comment to the children around you about how good your snack is. Make fruits and veggies ready-to-eat by washing and cutting ahead of time. join a community garden project.Easy Ways to Enjoy Fruits and Veggies Set a good example Eat fruits and veggies every day yourself whether you are at home or on-the-go. or simply visit a local farm. Get children interested by having them watch a veggie or fruit go from “farm to plate. and so many ways for them to be prepared! Try broccoli in macaroni and cheese. for example. Even children’s books about fruits and veggies can be read to make an impact. fruit chunks in gelatin. Try your local library. for example.
County and regional fairs are typically held between August and October. Fair Goldsboro Wilkes County Ag. Fair Taylorsville Alleghany County Ag.ncfairs. Ahoskie Avery County Ag. Fair Rocky Mount Rowan County Fair Salisbury Stanly County Fair Albemarle Stokes County Fair King Surry County Fair Mount Airy Vance County Fair Henderson Warren County Fair Warrenton Wayne Regional Ag. Fair Carthage N. Fair Roanoke Rapids Haywood County Fair Waynesville Hickory American Legion Fair Hickory Iredell County Ag. Fair North Wilkesboro Wilson County Fair Wilson . Fair Lenoir Cape Fear Fair & Expo Wilmington Central Carolina Fair Greensboro Chatham County Ag. For a schedule of fair dates and locations go to http://www. Fair Sparta Atlantic District Fair Assoc. Fair Concord Caldwell County Ag. Fair Greenville Richmond County Fair Hamlet Robeson Regional Ag Fair Lumberton Rocky Mount Ag. Alamance County Fair Burlington Alexander County Ag. Fair Sanford Lenoir County Fair Kinston Macon County Ag. Fair Whiteville Cumberland County Fair Fayetteville Davidson County Ag. Mountain State Fair Fletcher North Carolina State Fair Raleigh Onslow County Fair Jacksonville Pitt County American Legion Ag. Fair Newland Bethware Community Fair Kings Mountain Burke County Fair Morganton Cabarrus County Ag. & Ind. Fair Statesville Lee County Ag. Fair Franklin Moore County Ag. Fair Pittsboro Cherokee Indian Fair Cherokee Chowan County Regional Fair Edenton Cleveland County Fair Shelby Coastal Carolina Fair & Expo New Bern Columbus County Ag.Fruits and Veggies at Your Local Fair Check out your local fair to experience the wide variety of fruits and veggies available in North Carolina! Fairs are a great way to let children see and taste the possibilities.C.org or check your local newspaper. Fair Lexington Dixie Classic Fair Winston-Salem Drexel Community Fair Drexel Halifax-Northampton Ag.
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