Local teacher turns classroom into a coney restaurant to benefit Mittens For Detroit

by | Jun 2, 2012 | News

For the second year in a row, a teacher in Grosse Pointe Public Schools converted his classroom into a coney restaurant as a lesson in economics. Last year, the restaurant was at Monteith and this year, at Ferry Elementary.

Any proceeds earned from the restaurant were donated to Mittens for Detroit, a non-profit that collects mittens and gloves to help children and adults in the metro Detroit area during the winter.

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