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Cooks enjoy making a difference

 

June 2, 2020

Tom LaVenture/Daily Globe

Suzette Pertile, left, a food service employee with the Hurley School District, smiles as Crystal Benton, of Hurley, picks up her summer breakfast and lunch program meals Friday that were prepared by the staff for her two children and a friend who can't pick up her own.

By TOM LAVENTURE

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HURLEY - The food service staff at Hurley K-12 School say the breakfast and lunch program for kids since the pandemic shutdown and continuing through summer could be described as a labor of love.

The school district offers free breakfast and free lunch to all students 18 and younger weekdays and on weekends. Parents pick up the food at the school or at 10 scheduled delivery points throughout the area.

"We miss our kids, that's the biggest thing," said Dawn Rye, food service director for Hurley School District. "In the beginning it was very emot...



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