Leadership 2020 - M.E.A.L.S. - Curbside Cafe Project
Leadership Livingston Team Projects
The M.E.A.L.S. food trailer (Meal Education & Awareness for Livingston Students) will expose High School and Junior High students to new foods they would not normally have the opportunity to try, allow them to sample items before they are added to school menus, bring fresh and healthy menu choices from local chefs and farmers, and provide a way for ProStart(R) students to develop menus while showing off their culinary skills in a real-world setting. The food trailer will move to a different school each week, and will also be featured at local events for additional exposure. The plan is to also incorporate student art into the final design of the trailer once it is done.
Total Project Impact: $16,071 | Volunteer Hours: 100 | # Impacted: 13,209
Project Group Members: John Dillon, All Star Automotive; Nicole Gautreau, Bank of Zachary; Lance Landry, Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office; Tim McMasters, Livingston Parish Assessor's Office; Chris Neal, Pelican State Credit Union; Gary O'Neal, Jr., Quality Engineering & Surveying, LLC; Christine Patrick, Livingston Parish Chamber; and Amanda Seals, Ochsner Medical Center.
Project Sponsors: All Star Automotive, Quality Engineering & Surveying, LLC, Black Label Holdings, Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office, Ochsner Medical Center, Pelican State Credit Union, Neighbors Federal Credit Union, Bank of Zachary, Livingston Parish Assessor's Office, Livingston Chamber Foundation, John Dillon, Frogs Wholesale Fuel, Frogs at Magnolia Beach, Christine Patrick, Amanda Seals, Chris Neal, Nicky Gautreau, Lance Landry and Tim McMasters.