August 15, 2017 | Flint Boot Camp Focuses on Community-Connected Entrepreneurs | NextCity.org

 

Therman Sisco never really thought of his catering services as a business. After all, that would make the cooking he does “work” — and being at a stove is so much more to the 53-year-old lifelong resident of Flint, Michigan.

Sisco likes to view his homestyle food as the centerpiece of family comfort. In his 28 years working in Flint public schools as a paraprofessional and football and track coach, he was known to prepare hearty Thanksgiving dinners with all the fixings for students who might have otherwise gone without. His famous mac ‘n’ cheese and cornbread stuffed with bacon are staples at graduations, anniversaries and sporting events. | Read more here.

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