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July 14, 1994|Chris Woodyard, Times staff writer

Good Use of Leftovers: The Anaheim Marriott is putting its leftovers to good use, sending its surplus food to two local social service agencies to help them feed their clients and to minimize waste.

The food is going to the Anaheim Interfaith Shelter for homeless families with children and to the Syntone Treatment Center, which cares for abused boys.

Leftovers from the hotel can include as much as 50 pounds of chicken salad or a like amount of deli meats.

"So many people are in need of food in Orange County," said Dennis Nau, the hotel's director of food and beverage service. "Our donation of the hotel's excess food is ideal for all involved, and so simple."

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