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Niles High School culinary arts students, on the left, serve guests Wednesday at the Greater Niles Senior Center.
When guests say the only thing better than the food is the service, it makes for a good meal.
Culinary arts students from Niles High School garnered rave reviews for a Thanksgiving meal served to local seniors Wednesday morning at the Greater Niles Senior Center.
“It looks good, it smells good and what I’ve had so far tastes good,” said Eleanor Parker, who regularly eats lunch at the senior center. “The group serving it is extremely friendly and doing an excellent job.”
Approximately 30 students in grades 10th through 12th split into groups to either prepare, cook, serve or wait on the dozens of guests packed into the senior center’s eating area.
Culinary arts instructor Jayson Zoll said the students have been preparing for this day since last Thursday.