11 graduate from Salvation Army's Culinary Training program
It's a chance for some people to cook up a new lease on life. 11 students graduated from the Salvation Army's Culinary Training program. The 10 week course is for those who are struggling to get back on track and have a desire to learn the trades of the kitchen.
It was created by chef Timothy Tucker, who prepares food for the homeless at the salvation army kitchen everyday. At the end of the program, participants can get a job in local restaurants.
This class represents the largest class to complete the culinary course.