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2004 World Series Trophy Visits TFP

Mayor Menino and TFP youth with the trophy that ended the curse!
Mayor Menino and TFP youth with the trophy that ended the curse!
At our first 2011 Community Lunch in Boston, everyone got a special surprise: Red Sox Executive Chef Nookie Postal, who cooked the delicious meal, brought along the 2004 World Series trophy!

The event was held Monday, July 18, on The Food Project’s urban farm in Dorchester. Every summer, TFP hosts Community Lunches in all the communities where we work. All lunches feature delicious meals prepared by local chefs using freshly picked Food Project vegetables. In addition to their time, chefs generously donate other food items. Chef Postal went above and beyond in bringing along the trophy that ended the curse!

Chef Postal is thanked with TFP gear.
Chef Postal is thanked with TFP gear.
Chef Postal's delicious meal was served to top city officials, including Mayor Menino, Superintendent of Schools Carol Johnson, and Public Health Commission Director Barbara Ferrer.

Both the mayor and Dr. Ferrer commended The Food Project for the important work we do. The mayor specifically thanked TFP youth for “making a difference in this community. It’s important for you to educate your peers and encourage them to eat well.” 

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