Fort Riley Cooking Club distributes cookies to patients at IACH

By By Maj. David Labrie, Fort Riley Warrior Transition BattalionJune 21, 2010

Danielle Leftridge, a patient at Irwin Army Community Hospital, accepts cookies from Jayla Dubose, 10, June 15 as part of the Fort Riley Cooking Club's celebration of the Army's 235th birthday. The club baked about 400 oatmeal raisin cookies and handed out 70 to firefighters on post and the rest to patients, staff and visitors at IACH. "Community service is important, so kids develop that sense of citizenship," said Leza Chryssovergis, the group's adviser.
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Danielle Leftridge, a patient at Irwin Army Community Hospital, accepts cookies from Jayla Dubose, 10, June 15 as part of the Fort Riley Cooking Club's celebration of the Army's 235th birthday. The club baked about 400 oatmeal raisin cookies and handed out 70 to firefighters on post and the rest to patients, staff and visitors at IACH. "Community service is important, so kids develop that sense of citizenship," said Leza Chryssovergis, the group's adviser. (Photo Credit: By Maj. David Labrie, Fort Riley Warrior Transition Battalion) VIEW ORIGINAL