Painting artwork are Aramark volunteers Derick Peterson, left, and Stacey Anschultz during renovations at the Salvation Army Glendale Corps in Glendale
(Raul Roa / Staff Photographer / October 25, 2012)
Dozens of Aramark Corp.
employees on Thursday worked over the Salvation Army
Glendale's food pantry facility and created a new physical fitness area for youth and adults, organizers said.
Aramark created a doorway pass-through at the food pantry to allow for faster food delivery, and the new gym area at the Windsor Road location as part of the company's long-running relationship with the Salvation Army of Southern California. Last year, Aramark created an area at the Santa Ana Salvation Army facility to enhance job- and career-readiness programs there, according to the company.
-- Jason Wells, Times Community News
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