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In the Goodwill experience, four sites - Dayton, Ohio; Muskogee, Oklahoma; Knoxville, Tennessee; and Reading, Pennsylvania - have taken initiatives that made their service delivery systems more effective in the rural communities they serve.
Davenport seemed to serve her worst at the worst times.
Transfer to a serving container, cover with plastic wrap, refrigerate and serve chilled with raw vegetables.
Serve with crackers or thin slices of toasted country-style bread.
Serve with sliced sourdough or French bread, toasted, if desired.
One individual couldn't serve because he is a convicted felon.
You can even serve whole tomatoes stuffed with couscous and peas.
We traditionally serve the white asparagus steamed or poached with meat, whitefish and light, delicate-flavored sauces such as a butter sauce or beurre blanc.
About 150 volunteers helped serve dinner outdoors on San Julian Street between 10 a.
Many are among my tried-and-true favorites, and I serve them often for casual entertaining.
6 : to provide helpful services <Our friendly staff will serve you.
Bob's involvement and efforts should serve as an inspiration to all of us," says Florence Rust, chair of CalCPA's Awards & Recognition Committee.