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Culinary students cook meals for The Gathering Inn

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JOEY ROSETTI

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Last Friday, Culinary students cooked up meals for the homeless.

Senior Brooke Bowen-Seay’s family expanded their tradition of aiding the homeless through Roseville High School’s Culinary program.

“It started like three years ago with my mom. At first it started off with just [donating] jackets to the Gathering Inn.” Bowen-Seay said. “Then it started as us making food at home and delivering it to them because this is for their homeless shelter, and I started taking Culinary myself so my mom thought it was a good idea if my culinary class would make the food and we would take it and deliver to them so the school could get involved…”

Advanced Culinary student Oliver Phillips enjoyed reaching out to the community.

“I hope it brings them comfort and just a sense of open arms from the community because we are always there to help,” Phillips said.

This was the programs first time serving food to the Gathering Inn.

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2 Responses to “Culinary students cook meals for The Gathering Inn”

  1. Jack R. on October 24th, 2018 8:49 am

    “Last Friday, Culinary students cooked up meals for the homeless.”
    It’s just “cooked,” as “cooked-up” is not only unnecessarily long, but also a colloquialism.

    Inn.” Bowen-Seay said
    Comma after “Inn” so that it’s “‘Inn,” Bowen-Seay said.'”

    I am fairly certain you don’t need the ellipse at the end of the quote.

    Also, you should correct the grammar of the quote, as their are some errors within it.

    “family expanded their tradition”
    They honored it more than expanding it, but now I am just being childish and pedantic.

  2. j.delton on October 24th, 2018 8:57 am

    Thanks for the help Rosetti.

    – Jordan, Online Editor

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