Students at a Montgomery High School are Helping Those in Need

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Students at a Montgomery high school are helping those in need.

Chefs in the Carver High School's culinary arts program prepared 80 pounds of soup for local hospice patients. They have been working throughout the school year to develop the service project. Participants say that it centers on the therapeutic affects a good meal can have on one's physical and mental health. 

 

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