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Roque Soto, 12, of Worthington, stuffs the parachute into his rocket during Kids College activities Tuesday afternoon at Minnesota West Community and Technical College. Also working on his rocket at the table is Scott Schnieder, 11, of Worthington. (Brian Korthals/Daily Globe)

Kids College offers new experiences for youngsters

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WORTHINGTON -- With licorice drainage pipes, chocolate pudding soil and M&M "garbage," the young pupils at this unconventional university could agree on one thing.

Landfills never tasted so good.

Candy-filled cups were used to teach students the parts of a landfill on Wednesday, when students learned a tasty lesson about living green.

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