November 2009
FoodService Director;11/15/2009, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p16
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This article reports on the opening by West Ottawa Public Schools' foodservice department of a food pantry at West OttawaHigh School in Ottawa County, Michigan in fall 2009. Director of Foodservice Sara Scheuermann says the food pantry is intended to help families who are struggling financially. Donated food or food that have been purchased with donated funds are stocked in the pantry. Particular focus is given to how students can receive food from the pantry.


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