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By Ben Muir 

School food program nets profit in 2017


December 14, 2017

Pilot File Photo

Logan Tow harvesting lettuce for from the community garden back in October for the cafeteria salad bar.

Petersburg School's food service program gained about $3,300 in last year's fiscal year, a striking result that is mostly accredited to the nutrition director cutting costs and the district cracking down on unpaid bills.

The Petersburg food service program, a department the school usually has to add about $25,000 into every year, actually saw its revenues outweigh its expenditures in fiscal year 2017, said Karen Quitslund, the district finance director.

"This is not a money making venture," Quitslund said. "I have never seen the revenue cover expenditures since I've worked here.

"But we d...

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