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Glendale students, families get a free lunch thanks to Nourish to Flourish initiative

Glendale Middle School students Dede Gass, left, and Ali Hassan, and Mountain View Elementary student Ali Bwana help Glendale teachers Dane Hess and Lucas Tucker deliver lunches to residents of Seasons at Pebble Creek in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2020. Publik Kitchen cooked almost 300 meals over three days for Glendale Middle School students and their families through the Nourish to Flourish initiative. The initiative, which started in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, is a partnership between restaurants, service organizations and community funders to provide meals to those in need.
Glendale Middle School students Dede Gass, left, and Ali Hassan, and Mountain View Elementary student Ali Bwana help Glendale teachers Dane Hess and Lucas Tucker deliver lunches to residents of Seasons at Pebble Creek in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2020. Publik Kitchen cooked almost 300 meals over three days for Glendale Middle School students and their families through the Nourish to Flourish initiative. The initiative, which started in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, is a partnership between restaurants, service organizations and community funders to provide meals to those in need.
Laura Seitz, Deseret News

Glendale Middle School students Dede Gass, left, and Ali Hassan, and Mountain View Elementary student Ali Bwana help Glendale teachers Dane Hess and Lucas Tucker deliver lunches to residents of Seasons at Pebble Creek in Salt Lake City on Tuesday. Publik Kitchen cooked almost 300 meals over three days for Glendale Middle School students and their families through the Nourish to Flourish initiative. The initiative, which started in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, is a partnership between restaurants, service organizations and community funders to provide meals to those in need.