San Francisco volunteer revamps school lunch program

04/16/2007 | San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco public schools now offer less junk food, thanks to school volunteer and mother of three Dana Woldow, who with her school principal's approval, pushed for a city ordinance, revamped school menus and started a free breakfast program. Woldow, who won an award for her community involvement, is now taking aim at federal nutrition standards and funding.

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