Trackside Teen Center News: Marly’s Donation and New Cake Baking Course

Marly’s Supports Trackside with Donation

Marly’s Restaurant recently donated $2,500 to the Trackside Teen Center of Wilton. In addition, the restaurant will also host guest bartending fundraising nights for Trackside, supporting the Center and its work with the teens of Wilton.

“[Owners] Mike and Marly Lebeau have been great to us at the teen center,” says Mark Ketley, Trackside’s executive director.  “Their support means a lot to us and will help us continue to offer our teens a safe, drug- and alcohol-free environment to enjoy.”

Pictured above (left to right): Marly’s employees Christian Marino, Jack LaPick, Marc Avery, Marly’s owner Mike Lebeau, Trackside executive director Mark Ketley, Trackside board member Peg Koellmer, employees Kim LaPick and Camille Carriero.

Trackside Offers Cake Decorating Class

Trackside will be offering a three week cake decorating class for middle school students starting in May.

Working with the Norwalk-based cooking program, “The Kiddee Kitchen,” the classes will be held at Trackside on May 7, 14, and 21, from 4:30-6:30 p.m..

Students will learn how to bake a professional butter cake, work on butter cream techniques, and how to decorate properly.

The cost of this program is $250 per student, which includes class time and all ingredients to produce a terrific finished cake. Students from Middlebrook can take the bus directly to Trackside for the program. To register, visit the Trackside Teen Center website , or call 203.834.2888.