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Congratulations, cooks!

July 2, 2011

Connecting for Children and Families Center for Financial Success hosted its first ever Culinary Arts Graduation Recognition following a 13-week skills training program for adults interested in persuing employment opportunities in the food service industry. U.S. Senator Jack Reed, a strong supporter of the program, was guest speaker, in a ceremony held at Woonsocket Harris Public Library Friday afternoon. Pictured, from left, are Senator Jack Reed, with graduates Jermaine Robinson, Rosa Rivera Cruz, Nora Mafuz, Keith Desmarais, Candy Shirley, Benjamin Burke, Jr., Aracelis Rivera, Carmen Berroa, Sharon Mercado and Heidi Collins, Director, Center for Financial Success.

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