OTTAWA, Aug. 19 /CNW Telbec/ - One of the busiest kitchens in the city of
Ottawa is located at The Ottawa Mission.
Thanks to the hard work of staff and volunteers more than 1000 meals a
day are served to those who are hungry in our community.
As well, the Food Service staff at The Ottawa Mission runs the successful
Food Services Training Program to give men and women the skills they need to
feed themselves, and others.
On Thursday, August 28th, a special ceremony will be held at The Mission
to celebrate the graduation of the latest students in the six month program.
Media are invited to attend.
Many of the past 29 graduates have found employment in the food services
industry and some have even gone on to further their cooking education.
What: A special Graduation for The Ottawa Mission's Food Services
Where: The Ottawa Mission Chapel, 35 Waller St.
When: Thursday, August 28th @ 1:30 p.m.
About The Ottawa Mission
Since 1906, The Ottawa Mission has been serving the homeless, the hungry
and the lost by providing food, clothing, shelter and hope. In 2007, The
Ottawa Mission sheltered an average of 220 men every night and served an
average of 1,100 meals every day. The Ottawa Mission now houses a Hospice,
Addiction Treatment programs and a Medical/Dental Clinic for the homeless.
For further information:
For further information: Shirley Roy, Media Relations Officer, (613)
234-1144 ext.305, firstname.lastname@example.org