They teamed up with Dud, Be a Nice Project and pretended to make a documentary about the school. The kids met up with Brent, CEO of DUDEbenice, and arranged an interview with Lynn Marner, who provided care and friendship with the students’ meals each day.
During the interview, Lynn talked about her job in the dining hall, enjoyed the students she saw every day, and provided insight into her personal life. One of the things Lynn talked about during her interview was her love for her mother and the Memphis barbecue.
Lynn thought her work day would be a typical work day. But she would have been surprised.
Lin ended up escorting the tuxedo young man away from her dining-room duties to a private table. Once at the table, she received roses and hugs and was thanked for her excellent work and for the attention she paid to the students of her school. Besides the roses, Lynn received a unique treat when she received her favorite barbecue from Memphis.
The students served the meal on a silver platter. Lynn mentioned how much she misses her mother. So the next bit of surprise stunned both Lynn and everyone else watching the scene since it happened. In addition, the students of Bishop Manogue had the opportunity to show their appreciation for Lynn who takes care of them every day.