MATTHEWS, N.C. -- Six children, one each from kindergarten through fifth grade, wrote essays on frozen food that won them and their parents a non-timed shopping spree, allowing them to pile frozen favorites into two large grocery bags one night last month at the Matthews Township Harris Teeter. The sign held by the two girls shown below lists all the winners' names and grade. gh fifth, each wrote a paragraph describing what frozen foods they would serve their school mascot bee, Stinger, for ...

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