Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Annual Teen Appreciation Dinner

"Cultivating Youth for Tomorrow"

Rural Resources wrapped up this year's Farm & Food Teen Training Program with a delightful celebration in honor of all who participate and help make the program possible. Debbie Strickland, our farm & food teen training program coordinator, hosted the evening at First Presbyterian Church in downtown Greeneville on Dec. 3. Stickland introduced each of the program groups, which are Catastrophic Kitchen — Chicken Nuggets, Food Commanders, Silent Farmers and "THE" Group. Each team took turns giving speeches about what they have accomplished throughout the year. Strickland also announced that some students have applied for Berea College. Rural Resources wishes all the teens the best in their futures.



Catastrophic Kitchen — Chicken Nuggets

Food Commanders

Silent Farmers

"THE" Group



Strickland asked the Food Commanders to cater the dinner. Why? 
Because they won a recent Teen Chopped event with their delicious chicken alfredo. 

In addition to the pasta, teens prepared a salad with local greens and peach vinaigrette. The meal was served with a side of garlic bread. For dessert, there was a spiced applesauce cake. See the menu below for a list of local farms from which the food was sourced.



All of us here at Rural Resources want to say "Thank you" 
to all who help make our organization successful. 

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