PRESS PHOTOS BY SUSAN BRYANTBarry Dobil, owner of Josh Early Candies, South Whitehall, checks the temperature of chocolate used for dipping pretzel sticks. The pretzels are then covered with pretzel crumbs or colored sprinkles. Dobil visited the functional life skills classroom Oct. 19 at Parkland High School. Students made the chocolate covered pretzels to sell during lunch as part of their
Barry Dobil, owner of Josh Early Candies, South Whitehall, shows Taylor Williams, paraprofessional teacher; Juvantie Ortiz, Shelby Morgan, functional life skills teacher; Stefan Smith, Aubree Williams and Morgan Leitgeb how to dip pretzel sticks into the batch of chocolate. In the CBI program, the students go out into the community after they have raised the funds and shop for items on a shopping
Rose Sibilia, paraprofessional teacher; Kaylie Lawson; Juvantie Ortiz; Nick Flickinger; Taylor Williams, paraprofessional teacher; Stefan Smith; Morgan Leitgeb (back) and Aubree Williams work on making chocolate pretzel sticks with pretzel crumbs.
Juvantie Ortiz carries a tray of chocolate covered pretzels with colored sprinkles for the fundraiser. Behind him working on more chocolate and sprinkled pretzels is Nick Flickinger and Stefan Smith.