Ribbon cut for Nourishing Network, aimed at providing weekend food to students in need
Posted: November 20, 2014 1792
Elected officials gathered at Edmonds Heights K-12 School Wednesday morning to cut the ribbon for the Foundation for Edmonds School District’s Nourishing Network, a weekend meal program for the District’s homeless and low-income families. Those participating included, from left, Edmonds Mayor Dave Earling, Foundation Executive Director Deb Anderson, Mountlake Terrace Mayor Jerry Smith, Foundation Program and Volunteer Coordinator Greg Fuller, Edmonds Heights Principal Scott Mauk, and Edmonds School Board members Diana White and April Nowak. The goal is to centralize resources and engage the community to leverage donations that will ultimately serve a large number of families. You can learn more on My Edmonds News TV.
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