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September 2003 Issue
Favorite After-School Snacks
by Ronda L. Halpin
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September marks the start of the school season. And that means that there will be children everywhere will be coming home from school and looking in the refrigerator and cupboards to find something to eat.

After-school snacks are part and parcel of being a kid in school. Whether you are choosing a fresh apple off the tree or some pudding that's been chilling in the refrigerator, it's nice to have something tasty to take the edge off your hunger before dinner. The key is finding something that will do that without ruining your appetite for dinner. So, in an effort to meet that challenge, we're asking you to share your favorite after-school snacks with us.

Each month, we ask a different question here. Your answers and feedback will appear below in the comments section. We encourage you to check out everyone else's answers and make comments and suggestions. This is a great way to get to know people who love reading this electronic magazine. Who knows, your next Internet friend may be a few clicks away!



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