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BEAR CREEK — It's always about the food for Everett Goldston.
Community's a big deal, too.
Goldston teaches culinary arts at Chatham Central High School, and he stays on the lookout for opportunities to showcase what his students are learning in his commercial kitchen tucked away near the school's cafeteria.
But he's equally adamant about cultivating community, Chatham Central sophomore Thomas Hacker said.
"Preparing the food for the community-service projects helps us all work together as a big team. It helps us with our collaboration skills," Hacker said. "It also helps us with our team-building skills. It helps us with time management, and it helps us be able to go home and cook for our families."