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Clark UNICO Teaches Preschoolers the Fine Art of the Pizza

To the delight of Clark Preschoolers, Unican Moreno Rimmaudo shared his craft and showed the students how to throw pizza dough, assemble and bake the pizza. Credits: Clark UNICO
The students had a chance to touch and shape the dough. Credits: Clark UNICO
Adding the tomato sauce to the dough. Credits: Clark UNICO
Ready for lunch, hot pizza right of the oven! Credits: Clark UNICO

CLARK, NJ – Clark Preschool had a special pizza treat on Wednesday when Clark UNICO member Moreno Rimmaudo demonstrated the art of making and cooking pizza pie for the students. Each class, 65 students in all, saw, touched and helped make the pies.  After a quick trip to the oven, the pizza was ready to eat.  Lunch was shared by all and everyone enjoyed the day.

Rimmaudo and his wife Roberta said they were thrilled to participate and head up the event for the children.

April is community service month for UNICO, the largest Italian American service organization in the United States and one of the few active organizations still operating in the area. The club operates under the guiding principle of “Service Above Self.”  For more information about the Clark Chapter of UNICO visit

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