A Dinner to Honor Survivors

Published: February 22, 2018

Culinary students at Chatham Central High School in Bear Creek, N.C., teamed up with student members of SkillsUSA and other groups to host a dinner for breast cancer survivors. The dinner was held on game night of an annual event in which girls play ball and boys serve as cheerleaders. More than 40 survivors were treated to a full-course dinner, free of charge. Also hosting were members of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) and students in career management.

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