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Alternative Spring Break logo holding picnic basketStudent participants in the Alternative Spring Break program have partnered with Catering Services to offer a fresh, hot lunch delivery on Jan. 23.

Hot lunch service promises cross-campus delivery January 23

Student participants in the 2019 Alternative Spring Break program are prepared to deliver — and they will deliver lunch directly to any office on campus.

About two dozen volunteers are raising funds for a week of social action during Reading Week in February and March. They have partnered with Catering Services to offer a fresh, hot lunch delivery on Wednesday, Jan. 23. This year’s trips feature a return to Walpole Island First Nation in March, led by education students, and a trip to San Isidro, Costa Rica, to focus on supporting secure access to clean water, led by the dean of science, Chris Houser.

It’s a great way to support a service-learning opportunity for students, says co-ordinator Simon du Toit.

“Your contribution will help our students engage in meaningful community-driven service and critical personal reflection,” he says. “Plus, you’ll get a great catered lunch!”

The menu offers four meals:

  • Chicken stir-fry with vegetables on rice;
  • Quarter barbecued chicken with mashed potatoes and corn;
  • Quarter honey-garlic chicken with mashed potatoes and corn; or
  • Vegetarian stir-fry on rice, which is vegan and gluten-free.

Each option costs only $13 + tax, with half the proceeds going to the ASB program.

Place your order no later than Jan. 16 on the ASB website.