Published DateMEREDITH — The Common Man Family of Restaurants has agreed to allow Lakes Region Community College's Hospitality Club the use of The Camp's kitchen facility for food preparation for club events.
The announcement was made by Sean Brown, General Manager of The Camp Lakehouse, and Lago restaurants in Meredith; William Walsh, Culinary Arts and Restaurant Management Professor at Lakes Region Community College; Doug Donaldson, Kitchen Manager at The Camp and Anca Muresan, president of LRCC's Hospitality Club and Restaurant Management Honor Student.
Muresan, who is employed by New Hampshire's Common Man Family of restaurants at the Lakehouse Grill and Lago in Meredith, said "Sean Brown and the Common Man Family were nice enough to offer LRCC's Hospitality Club kitchen space when it was most needed. Club members are appreciative of the generosity of the Common Man leaders. It is nice to see that people are willing to help when there is a need; it is greatly appreciated."
"The Common Man Family of restaurants has a history of providing employment opportunities to LRCC's hospitality students," says Professor Walsh. "They have generously offered The Camp's kitchen facility to Hospitality Club members to prepare for The Club's catered functions. Students and faculty are grateful. "
Funds raised by the Club are used toward various educational excursions including attending the 2013 New England Food Show in Boston. Community assistance is also given on a regular basis by LRCC's Hospitality Club.
Left to right are Anca Muresan (Meredith), Sean Brown (Moultonborough), Doug Donaldson (Plymouth), and William Walsh (Belmont). Muresan is employed by New Hampshire's Common Man Family of restaurants, specifically the Lakehouse Grill and Lago in Meredith. Brown is General Manager of The Camp (where the photo was taken), Lakehouse, and Lago restaurants. Donaldson is Kitchen Manager at The Camp. Walsh is a Culinary Arts and Restaurant Management Professor at Lakes Region Community College (LRCC). The individuals are celebrating the decision by the Common Man Family to allow LRCC's Hospitality Club the use of The Camp's kitchen facility for food preparation for Club events. (Courtesy photo)