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For Immediate Release:  
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January 13, 2005

Office of The Attorney General
- Peter C. Harvey, Attorney General
Juvenile Justice Commission
- Howard L. Beyer, Executive Director


Sharon Lauchaire


Media Advisory

JJC Youth Graduate Culinary Program

Camden partnership focuses on careers

January 14, 2005
1:00 p.m.

The Respond Culinary Program is an innovative culinary course that provides residents of two JJC residential community homes located in Camden county with extensive culinary training. The program provides youth with a myriad of culinary-based vocational skills to prepare them for jobs in the restaurant industry.

Howard L. Beyer, Executive Director, Juvenile Justice Commission
Floyd C. Williams, Training and Education Director, Local 54.
Wilbert Mitchell, Executive Director of Respond, Inc.
Elected Officials

Camden Residential Community Home
555 Atlantic Avenue
Camden, NJ

New Jersey State Law protects a juvenile’s confidentiality. Consent will be obtained to allow certain juveniles to speak with members of the press and be photographed. Photographs where a juvenile, family member or visitor can be identified are strictly prohibited.

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