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CBA president wants culinary institute in Camden
CBA Breakfast
Camden Mayor Tony Scully (far left, standing) speaks to attendees of the Camden Business Alliances (CBA) first Breakfast Before Hours at TenEleven Galleria Thursday morning. CBA President Jonathan Bazinet proposed brining a culinary school to Camden as a way to enliven the downtown district. - photo by Denise Schnese
Jonathan Bazinet, owner of Sam Kendall’s restaurant and president of the Camden Business Alliance (CBA), wants to have a culinary school established in Camden. “Almost two of every three first jobs in America are in the hospitality industry,” Bazinet said during the CBA’s first Breakfast Before Hours Thursday at TenEleven Galleria. “So think about all of the young people we have that don’t have a job.