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A Youth-Run Supper Club That's Wowing San Francisco
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A Youth-Run Supper Club That's Wowing San Francisco

How Teresa Goines is teaching troubled teens at Old Skool Cafe.

It's 5pm on a Friday, and the pre-shift meeting at Cora Jean's Old Skool Café in San Francisco begins with everyone sharing what they're thankful for. The staff is mostly teenagers, with backgrounds ranging from incarceration to ...

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Rick Dalbey

July 12, 2013  1:15pm

Beautiful article. Vic it sounds like the Holy Spirit gave her a creative idea that is so much more effective and less costly than conventional punitive or therapeutic solutions.

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Vic Christian

July 10, 2013  10:35am

I am sorry bit did not catch it - what is the faith of Teresa Goines and what is it based on? I agree that this may be a genuine and good step forward in meeting the physical needs of the troubled youth in the SF area - but I don't see where God has anything to do with it. Thanks

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