(WIVB) – Professional students with the OLV Human Service “WAY” program for the big game this weekend have been working hard to check out the bakery-style bakeries in the Mazurek bakery.
“I love accounts, we love accounts, and our students have received some financial support from accounts,” said Marga Macma, director of transit services at OLV Human Services.
The students made everything from cookies and cupcakes to hot cacao bombs.
“Our staff here in Mazurek work with our students to make these chocolate shells and then fill them with hot cocoa powder, marshmallows and other delicacies, put the balls together and then ice them. “Obviously, we have some bills but we also have regular bills,” Macmahan said.
The WAY program is a work-based learning program for young people and high school-age children that gives them the opportunity to acquire certain skills.
“Mazurek was bought by OLV Human Services. One of the main purposes was to train students in a variety of areas and professions. So our students will come to the bakery on school day and learn how to bake this, ”said Sharon Cavanaw, OLF’s Head of Community Development. https://www.mazureksbakery.com/
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