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FEED Bakery invites interested youth to join program

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By Brendon Krueger
FEED Bakery Training Program

FEED Bakery is looking for students for the summer program, which will be geared toward youth. If you are 17‒22 years old, think about your future employment plans.

FEED Bakery, located at FEED Kitchens in NorthGate Shopping Center, can offer you training in baking skills and a leg up for future employment. Classes are held every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8 am‒1 pm. Contact Martee at 230-1224 or email coordinator@feedbakery.org for further information.

FEED Bakery and the Northside Planning Council are seeking assistance to maintain this great program, which is offered to unemployed youth in Madison. To learn how you can help with a monetary donation, as a mentor or office assistant, contact us at manager@feedkitchens.org.

FEED Bakery supplements some of the costs of training by selling a full selection of bakery products at Willy Street North, and selling cookies at Willy Street East, Willy Street West, Woodman’s East, Woodman’s Sun Prairie, Ehlenbach’s Cheese in Deforest, J.L Richards in Oregon, Ken’s Meat Market in Monona, Warner Park Community Recreation Center and Frugal Muse Books. When the Northside Farmers Market begins May 6, we will be there with all our fresh bakery goods.

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