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See How the Keelersville Club Supports UBCTS

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We recently received a $200 donation from the Keelersville Club.
 
Jennifer McVan, general manager, and Justin Carpenter, the new chef, wanted to give back to the community. Mrs. McVan has two sons who have gone through programs here and Justin is a 2006 graduate of our Baking program.
 
They were both very excited to have the opportunity to support the school that has given her boys the skills in life to be successful. As the head chef, Justin is taking the opportunity to totally revamp the current menu and offering a new array of lunch and dinner items.
 
Justin and Jen’s support of the tech school does not stop with the donation. They are also interested in partnering with our Baking Program. They are going to purchase baked goods made by the students and serve them as desserts at the club.
 
We are appreciative of the generosity and support the Keelersville Club has shown.



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