January 2009
FoodService Director;1/15/2009, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p24
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The article reports on a picnic held by the foodservice department at the 1,600-bed Lee Memorial Health System in Cape Coral, Florida in October 2008 to raise money for the healthy system's Employee Crisis Fund. The picnic's menu, which consisted of an entrée, two sides, a dessert and a drink, was made from donations from area vendors. According to Larry Altier, system director for food and nutrition, $75,000 was raised from ticket sales and donations.


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