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December 2008
FoodService Director;12/15/2008, Vol. 21 Issue 12, p12
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The article profiles Mary Lou Henry, foodservice director at Knox County Schools in Knoxville, Tennessee. She graduates with a Bachelor of Science degree in education and master's in educational administration from Tennessee Tech University in Cookeville. Henry was the home economics teacher at a local high school. During that time, she taught hundreds of students life skills such as sewing, cooking, budgeting and etiquette.


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