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By Betty Vanderwielen
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Cooking for a Company

 

Betty Vanderwielen, Pathfinder

Anita Boddington served three years in the army where she cooked for the 978th Military Police Company in Fort Bliss, Texas.

SEELEY LAKE – Preparing dinner for a large family gathering such as Thanksgiving or Christmas can be stressful for the cook used to feeding only two to four people. Seeley Lake resident Anita Boddington takes it right in stride. She was a cook in the United States Army and regularly fed 100-200 soldiers.

Boddington grew up in Nashville, Tenn. and lived what she called a very sheltered life. Among other things, her parents wouldn't allow her to learn to drive a car. She said by age 20 she felt her life was going nowhere and she had no marketable skills, so she decided to join the army. Her...



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