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Culinary students lend their skills to shelter

Project seeks grant it hopes to spend on the homeless

Culinary Kids Caring, the Washington-Saratoga-Warren-Hamilton-Essex BOCES program, which prepares food for the homeless, is competing against 200 other community organizations, nation-wide for a $25,000 grant from State Farm’s Neighborhood Assist. The F. Donald Myers Education was selected to vie for one of 40 grants to continue its good work with Shelters of Saratoga.
Culinary Kids Caring, the Washington-Saratoga-Warren-Hamilton-Essex BOCES program, which prepares food for the homeless, is competing against 200 other community organizations, nation-wide for a $25,000 grant from State Farm’s Neighborhood Assist. The F. Donald Myers Education was selected to vie for one of 40 grants to continue its good work with Shelters of Saratoga.
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Culinary arts students at the F. Donald Myers BOCES Education Center have been preparing nutritious meals for the residents of Shelters of Saratoga since last fall. The Culinary Kids Caring project receives produce and canned goods from the homeless shelter on Walworth Street in Saratoga Springs and turns them into meals for the 30 or more residents at the two shelter houses. The students, for example, turn canned corn, green beans, chicken and pasta into ...


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