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Photos: Cook and serve: Culinary students give back in luncheon for police, firefighters

Published: Sunday, Aug. 30 2015 12:23 p.m. MDT

Alisha Hewitt from the Murray Police Department grabs a plateful of food at a holiday buffet luncheon at Fire Station 81 in Murray put on by the Murray High School ProStart class, Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012. ProStart is a national program for students to learn culinary and management skills in anticipation of working the restaurant business or attending culinary school.  (Ben Brewer, Deseret News) Alisha Hewitt from the Murray Police Department grabs a plateful of food at a holiday buffet luncheon at Fire Station 81 in Murray put on by the Murray High School ProStart class, Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012. ProStart is a national program for students to learn culinary and management skills in anticipation of working the restaurant business or attending culinary school. (Ben Brewer, Deseret News)

MURRAY — Students served up holiday fare Wednesday to those who serve and protect.

Police and firefighters were treated to a lunch cooked and served by Murray High School ProStart students.

ProStart is a national program for students to learn culinary and management skills in anticipation of working the restaurant business or attending culinary school.

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