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OPAA food service worker marks her 25th year keeping Richmond kids fed

Gisela Owens, the cafeteria manager at Richmond High School, was honored Monday at a reception marking her 25th year with OPAA, the district’s food service. Owens was presented with a gift, flowers and a cake in her honor. Her daughter Elizabeth Camp, OPAA’s food service manager, helped her mother cut the cake, and serve her co-workers sherbert punch.  The longtime employee said she had no immediate plans to retire, particularly since there’s been discussion of a major renovation of the kitchen, serving and dining areas at RHS. ‘You get that kitchen upgraded, I want to be here next year,’ she said.  (Photo by David Knopf/Richmond News)

Gisela Owens, the cafeteria manager at Richmond High School, was honored Monday at a reception marking her 25th year with OPAA, the district’s food service. Owens was presented with a gift, flowers and a cake in her honor. Her daughter Elizabeth Camp, OPAA’s food service manager, helped her mother cut the cake, and serve her co-workers sherbert punch. The longtime employee said she had no immediate plans to retire, particularly since there’s been discussion of a major renovation of the kitchen, serving and dining areas at RHS. ‘You get that kitchen upgraded, I want to be here next year,’ she said.
(Photo by David Knopf/Richmond News)

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