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W&L’s Campus Kitchen Feeds Minds and Bellys

A hunger relief program at Washington & Lee University has garnered the attention of Governor McDonnell for contributing to the life and welfare of low-income rural residents in Rockbridge County.  Volunteers at the Campus Kitchen Project put the saying “Waste not, want not” to good use.

It’s not your typical, run of the mill soup kitchen.  Instead of the homeless coming to them, the Campus Kitchen Project at Washington & Lee University travels throughout Rockbridge County. Volunteers take about 2,000 home cooked meals to those in the community including homebound seniors and the Magnolia Center, a day support program for adults with intellectual disabilities.

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