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January 27, 2011

In this episode, Tonia Caruso visits 5 Generations Bakers which has revived the Jenny Lee label known so well in Western Pennsylvania for decades. Also, contributor Beth Dolinar.... (Laughlin Center).. Also, contributor Doug Oster takes viewers to a local school district where the students get a first hand lesson in composting at the school's cafeteria.


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In this episode, Tonia Caruso visits 5 Generations Bakers which has revived the Jenny Lee label known so well in Western Pennsylvania for decades. Also, contributor Beth Dolinar.... (Laughlin Center).. Also, contributor Doug Oster takes viewers to a local school district where the students get a first hand lesson in composting at the school's cafeteria.


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