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Passion is not the only ingredient that goes into the delicious sandwiches and salads at Momma Goldberg's Deli in Warner Robins.

Owner Jonathan Gill and the restaurant's manager, his son Heath Gill, share a compassion to help and contribute to their community. They are again thinking outside the box with a bold idea to serve the freshest produce, grown with love rather than pesticides by children at Westside Elementary School. Pictured at left is the lettuce we are growing that will soon make its way to your sandwiches and salads at Momma Goldberg's Deli.

Also pictured is Renee Kelly, a Westside Elementary paraprofessional who has championed the Westside Garden since the very beginning, and who has volunteered countless time and energy to ensure its success. Kelly planted romaine lettuce there on July 14. Once it is mature, it will be harvested and transported by our partner Ellis Jaxon Farms to Momma Goldberg's and other local restaurants which have stepped up to be Community Action Partners for Americans For Schools.

Momma Goldberg's Deli is located at 3030 Watson Blvd. in Warner Robins.
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We'd like to extend our thanks to Momma Goldberg's Deli Warner Robins for becoming our latest Community Action Partner, or CAP. Community Action Partners are business and other organizations that have pledges to support our aim to bring sustainability to public education. Like other CAPs, Momma Goldberg's Deli is committed to giving back to the community by teaming up with Americans For Schools to help educators get the resources and teaching tools they need so that our graduates can have the best chance not only to survive but to thrive in the global marketplace. Our very special thanks go out to manager Heath Gill (pictured), who is also the son of owner Jonathan Gill. ... See MoreSee Less

Dr. April Greene, principal, and Debbie Manning, bookkeeper, accept the first $10 made in Lake Joy Primary School's online shopping mall. The school receives a percentage of every purchase made through the site, created by Americans For Schools, and it's a way parents and teachers can support the school with purchases they would be making already.
Want to get involved? The link for the online mall is in the first comment.
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Child Hunger & Malnutrition is world's easiest problem to solve. Our children's in Westside Elementary just proved it. ... See MoreSee Less

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