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Article posted: 12/12/2012 11:23 AM

Schaumburg High students serve soup to help others

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Senior Amanda Sigler serves turkey tortilla soup.

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Guests line up to try various homemade soups. Some already knew their favorite, while others saved room to try as many as possible.

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This is one of the many decorations put together by fashion students at Schaumburg High School.

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Classrooms were transformed into "Winter Wonderland" seating areas for guests to eat.

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Students in Practices in Entrepreneurship wore their Cool Beans T-shirts during the event. Junior Crystal Ayala worked Cool Bean's Friday morning cafe, and then worked the charity event during school hours.

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Each year, Schaumburg High School's Chemistry of Foods classroom is transformed into a charitable restaurant that serves hearty homemade soups for a cause. This year, "Cool Beans" benefited the Elgin Community Crisis Center and the SHS Magic Closet.
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    • Senior Amanda Sigler serves turkey tortilla soup.
    • Guests line up to try various homemade soups. Some already knew their favorite, while others saved room to try as many as possible.
    • This is one of the many decorations put together by fashion students at Schaumburg High School.
    • Classrooms were transformed into “Winter Wonderland” seating areas for guests to eat.
    • Students in Practices in Entrepreneurship wore their Cool Beans T-shirts during the event. Junior Crystal Ayala worked Cool Bean’s Friday morning cafe, and then worked the charity event during school hours.
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