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Nottingham school teachers to serve (and cook) at Lighthouse

11/06/2013 04:14PM, Published by ACL, Categories: In Print



The second grade teachers at Nottingham Elementary School recently visited the Lighthouse Youth Center in Oxford to prepare and serve a meal for approximately 50 at-risk youth who attend and participate in activities at the Lighthouse. For many years the Lighthouse has been a safe and reliable place for students to socialize and study during after school hours, as well as have a nutritious dinner. Happily serving a menu of tacos with lettuce, tomato and cheese, corn, iced tea, ice cream and cookies are, from left, Lighthouse program coordinator Doug Richman, director Buzz Tyson and teachers Kara Hunsicker, Carie Michael, Molly Beltz, Amanda Young, Michele Haverly, Denise Passerini, Debbie Hash and Kristin McDermott.

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