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August 2021

CityView Magazine - Fayetteville, NC

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Page 44 of 61 | 41 Y ou haven't truly lived until you've experienced the rich, gooey goodness of a grilled PB&J. "It's good! I mean, this is REALLY gooooood!" says urston Jaskowiak, an Army medic, as he takes his first bite of the sandwich. Never mind that urston had already devoured a big fast-food burger for lunch. When you're 21 and rail-thin, you can do a second lunch. And especially aer learning about the mission of those making and serving the grilled PB&Js ($3.75) and other bargain-priced comfort food. Miller's Crew is a new food truck that serves as a training environment and employs young adults with developmental disabilities. Dozens of corporate and individual sponsors have pledged their financial support, as we see from plaques on the colorful truck, and folks are already calling to book the food truck for events. On this recent Wednesday, Miller's Crew is making its first official stop at a business, Spring Lake Dental Group. e heat's stifling – right around 100 under brilliant Carolina blue skies and clouds curiously shaped like teddy bears. John Lowder, who owns a landscaping company that has long serviced the practice, is giing a lunch for 30 appreciative people on Dr. David Dickerhoff 's team. urston and his buddy, omas Raffa, just happen to notice the food truck while on a break from paramedic training at Fayetteville Technical Community College's nearby Spring Lake campus. urston's positive reaction to the twist on a peanut butter and jelly sandwich brings smiles to Kim Molnar, the driving force behind Miller's Crew, and also grill cook, chief bottle washer, cheerleader and, most important, "Miller's mom." Kim Molnar established Miller's Crew to offer vocational training to prepare young adults with developmental disabilities, like her autistic son Miller, for life after high school. Use eBill and Chill PWC's eBill option is the no-hassle way to receive and pay your utility bills. It's Quick • Don't wait for snail mail – receive your bill by email each month. It's Safe and Convenient • Bill is sent as a secure PDF attachment. • Just click on the link in the email to view and pay your bill, anytime, anywhere. • Choose how you want to pay – online, automatic bank draft (or send a check). • Enroll through PWC's Online Account Manager, and there's no username or password to remember each time you access your bill. • Pay with your account information and routing number to avoid a convenience fee! To sign up for eBill, visit You can also register by calling Customer Service at (910) 483-1382 Customer Focused. Community Strong. Visit to see all parking faciliies, parking enforcement rules and to learn how to use a pay staion. Download the Park Mobile App to pay fees, skip the kiosk and to avoid returning to pay staions. Call 910-222-0302 with parking que quesions.

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