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Abstract

Two Cedarville University professors are encouraging residents from the Miami Valley to get involved in a cause that serves the hungry and homeless in Xenia and Germantown, Ohio. It also offers a bible study each morning for anyone who wants to attend.

Currently Phillip Thornton, Ph.D., vice chair of Pharmacy Practice and associate professor of pharmacy practice, and Melody Hartzler, Pharm. D., assistant professor of pharmacy practice, help One Bistro with its food truck ministry.

One Bistro is a community café that began in Miamisburg, Ohio, with the mission of providing affordable meals. Meals range from $6-9, but One Bistro offers creative payment options. People who eat at One Bistro can pay only what they can afford; pay the full amount or give extra to “pay it forward” to help feed someone else, or pay through service. Paying through service can include anything from wrapping silverware to washing dishes.

Publication Date

1-29-2015

Keywords

Cedarville, Cedarville University, One Bistro, food truck, ministry, volunteer

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