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St. Albert Adult Learning Centre Launches Breakfast Program

Students Denyce Ross, Angele St. Germain and Milka Mbvaibmvai look forward to starting their day with the new Breakfast program at St. Albert Adult Learning Centre.

February 1, 2010 - St. Albert Adult Learning Centre officially launched its new Breakfast Program on February 1, 2010 to rave reviews. Students were at the school bright and early to help staff prepare for the first day of the program. St. Albert Office Supervisor, Ann Brisebois made sure that everything was ready and organized so that the students had healthy food options when arriving at the school. The program is funded by the Breakfast Club of Canada and the Human League. When asked about how she felt about the meal being provided at the school, student Angele St. Germain said that that it was fantastic. "It is absolutely excellent to get to school and have breakfast ready for us." said St. Germain. "It is one less thing I have to worry about in the morning and makes it easier to start my day!"



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