The tables were turned in Dolores on Monday and Tuesday, when local kids harvested, prepared and then served meals to many area residents. The occasion was the third annual student-run “restaurant,” which took place at the Dolores River Campground. The two day event is a partnership between Dolores Elementary School and the Montezuma School- to-Farm Program, in which kids harvest fruits and veggies from the school's garden and then make enough food for two lunches and a breakfast. The students had a hand in all operations, from menu preparation and cooking to meeting, greeting and serving. In all, it’s a recipe for healthy and happy kids, and even happier parents.