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  • Tri-Tech culinary students cook holiday meals for homeless teens

    LuAnne Wiles, culinary arts instructor at Tri-Tech Skills Center, shares how her students are preparing "comfort" holiday meals for homeless teens at the My Friend's Place in Kennewick.

LuAnne Wiles, culinary arts instructor at Tri-Tech Skills Center, shares how her students are preparing "comfort" holiday meals for homeless teens at the My Friend's Place in Kennewick. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
LuAnne Wiles, culinary arts instructor at Tri-Tech Skills Center, shares how her students are preparing "comfort" holiday meals for homeless teens at the My Friend's Place in Kennewick. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Tri-Tech culinary students bring warmth to struggling youth

December 17, 2015 5:44 PM