Ariel Pinkston, a fourth-grader at Clark Davidson Elementary in Goddard, is one of five grand prize winners in a nationwide cooking contest sponsored by Uncle Ben’s. Representatives from the company, along with New York chef Marcus Samuelsson, visited the school Wednesday to announce the award.
Ariel Pinkston, a fourth-grader at Clark Davidson Elementary in Goddard, is one of five grand prize winners in a nationwide cooking contest sponsored by Uncle Ben’s. Representatives from the company, along with New York chef Marcus Samuelsson, visited the school Wednesday to announce the award. Courtesy photo
Ariel Pinkston, a fourth-grader at Clark Davidson Elementary in Goddard, is one of five grand prize winners in a nationwide cooking contest sponsored by Uncle Ben’s. Representatives from the company, along with New York chef Marcus Samuelsson, visited the school Wednesday to announce the award. Courtesy photo

Goddard fourth-grader wins $15,000 grand prize in Uncle Ben’s recipe contest

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