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FHS Culinary Arts Students Help Feed Those in Need

The Culinary Arts & Hospitality Magnet Program at Freehold High School is working with Neighborhood Connections to Health to fulfill their mission to “build community partnerships to connect all Freehold residents to healthy living.”  

Students in the program have put their culinary skills to use to plan and prepare over 160 quarts of soup and various types of breads to give away to the community of Freehold.  During these incredible difficult times, a lot of members of the community are in need and as stakeholders in the community, the Chef Instructors and students in the Culinary Magnet Program are happy to step up and assist.  Through the partnership with Neighborhood Connections to Health, the Magnet Program will provide soup and bread to the community weekly throughout February, supporting over 400 families.