Wristbands for Recognition

Kane, Bruce
July 2008
FoodService Director;7/15/2008, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p14
Trade Publication
The article reports that Bruce Kane, Regional Director for Morrison Healthcare Food Services, gave each child at the Appalachian Mountains a purple wristband with the words "compassionate, caring and courageous" printed on them. Appalachian Mountains provided shelter, food and education to children from rough backgrounds. Kane said there were lot of kids at the school, so he needed to have something that he could give to every kid and could afford. Then he came across the purple band.


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