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Harley School students help out St. Peters Kitchen

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ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — Local students are giving back to their community one meal at a time.

Today, students from the Harley School helped prepare and serve easter dinner at St. Peter’s kitchen on brown street in Rochester. It’s part of their ‘day of service’ where students can elect a way they want to give back to their community.

The ten volunteers from Harley are a part of the school’s “Beyond Soup Club.”

Lily O’Brien a Senior at the Harley School said, “I run Beyond Soup with my friend Maya. And it’s just a Harley-created thing where students get together and make meals for the homeless. Every three to four times a school year and we’re entirely student-run. We raise our own money by holding bake sales and stuff like that. And then we go to Aldis, buy ingredients, make home meals, and drop them off so it seems like a good extension of that kind of service work.”

St. Peter’s provides nutritional support resources and personal connection to folks struggling with food, insecurity in Rochester.

​ ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — Local students are giving back to their community one meal at a time.

Today, students from the Harley School helped prepare and serve easter dinner at St. Peter’s kitchen on brown street in Rochester. It’s part of their ‘day of service’ where students can elect a way they want to give back to their community.

The ten volunteers from Harley are a part of the school’s “Beyond Soup Club.”

Lily O’Brien a Senior at the Harley School said, “I run Beyond Soup with my friend Maya. And it’s just a Harley-created thing where students get together and make meals for the homeless. Every three to four times a school year and we’re entirely student-run. We raise our own money by holding bake sales and stuff like that. And then we go to Aldis, buy ingredients, make home meals, and drop them off so it seems like a good extension of that kind of service work.”

St. Peter’s provides nutritional support resources and personal connection to folks struggling with food, insecurity in Rochester. Read More Local NewsRochesterFirst  

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