Clinton Caples, sales manager for the Olive Garden in Killeen, cuts into a pan of lasagna to be served to emergency personnel at Seton Hospital in Harker Heights on Monday, Sept. 3. Olive Garden donated the lunches to fighfighters of Harker Heights and Killeen as well as emergency personnel at Seton Hospital.

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Pete

Very nice public relations stunt for Olive Garden. These first responders have paying jobs. How about instead feeding the poor and homeless instead? Maybe because the first responders will now patronize the Olive Garden because they can cause they have money? If Olive Garden would like to help, check out the Killeen Food Care Center, Mission Soup Kitchen or the story from Sunday's paper about Rev Steven Chae who's trying to establish a homeless shelter in Killeen.

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