Restaurant feeds hungry team

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Restaurant feeds hungry team

Brad Taylor, manager of The Olive Garden in Farmington, received a big thank you on Thursday, Sept. 4 from the Bayfield High School football team. The restaurant donated a lasagna dinner for 60 players, coaches and managers. Taylor is a resident of Bayfield. The Thursday team dinners are a years-old tradition for the team, with different groups of parents coordinating the meals, as well as sack lunches for the team for roadtrips. This year's donors for the meals also include The Grocery Store at Bayfield and City Market in Durango. Olive Garden also will donate a team meal on Oct. 2 before the BHS homecoming game.

Restaurant feeds hungry team

Brad Taylor, manager of The Olive Garden in Farmington, received a big thank you on Thursday, Sept. 4 from the Bayfield High School football team. The restaurant donated a lasagna dinner for 60 players, coaches and managers. Taylor is a resident of Bayfield. The Thursday team dinners are a years-old tradition for the team, with different groups of parents coordinating the meals, as well as sack lunches for the team for roadtrips. This year's donors for the meals also include The Grocery Store at Bayfield and City Market in Durango. Olive Garden also will donate a team meal on Oct. 2 before the BHS homecoming game.
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