Mary Alice Reporting –
The Clover Café sits at the Tuscarawas County Fairgrounds as proceeds from purchases goes back to the 4-H program and other programs.
Youth and adults help run the café, which is open throughout the week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Director Diane Glazer explains that Buckeye Career Center is a huge partner.
“In two different shifts they send their hospitability students here to help us in the kitchens or whatever we need. We purchase all our ground beef from Buckeye Career Center. They grind the beef, brown all the beef for us, and they put it in, what our recipe calls for, in bags.”
Some programs that benefit from the proceeds includes a Camp Piedmont voucher for the students working a three-hour shift, they provide some financial help for camps for some older kids, and they’ve also hosted a family 4-H fun night.
More information about the Clover Café at Tuscarawas County Fair, including hours and their menu, can be found in their Facebook page.
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