Thanks to Subway for hands-on fund raiser

On Oct. 25, All Aboard, an activities program for adults with special needs, held a Subway Social fund raiser for clients, caregivers, parents and the community. Rod Coslett, owner of Subway shops in Everett and Mountlake Terrace, donated the ingredients while three of Rod’s staff demonstrated to All Aboard participants how Subways sandwiches are assembled. Then it was the participants turn to prepare the sandwiches for our eager customers. It was so amazing to see how just wearing a Subway visor and apron made these “trainees” stand taller, want to share a hearty greeting and overall feel very important. Thank you again, Rod and your Subway team, for your generosity and ongoing support. You truly made a difference that night and the sandwiches were extra tasty!

Cherie Estok

All Aboard staff and participants

Everett

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