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Chef Hank Reid

The National Guard helps out the SE Gwinnett Co-op by loading boxes of food into the cars

Six Different Food Co-ops Serve Gwinnett County

There stands a tall oak tree at the intersection of Herring Road, Brannen Boulevard and Gray Industrial Parkway in Grayson. Behind it is a large warehouse on a gravel parking lot that houses the Southeast Gwinnett Cooperative Ministry, one of six non-profit food co-ops in Gwinnett County.

Kitchen staff and volunteers with First Baptist Church Snellville’s food service program. L-R: (Seated) Debra Stevenson, Chef Hank Reid, Erva Pirkle, (Standing) Judy Yancy, Connie King, Trish Loomis, Phyllis Brooks, Beth Steele and Sandi Mitchell. (Back) Bill Knight, Colletta Stewart, Lee Knight, Jack Brooks, Rick Loomis, Lamar Steele, John Doster.

LETTUM EAT! — Chef Hank presents Wednesday Night Dinners at Snellville First Baptist Church

Renowned Chef follows a passion to cook for the community, not for profit

Chef Hank Reid has worked in a variety of kitchens in restaurants, hotels and even owned his own restaurant in Snellville, “Trinity Bistro”. Now, as the resident chef at First Baptist Church Snellville (FBCS), he pairs his culinary passion with a desire to connect with the community and bring them closer to their faith.