people like jimmy giles and bonnie smith, who stop by a couple times a week. >> that's definitely helping me get to the end of the month. >> reporter: morthan just serving meals, the company hopes to make even longer lasting contributions. >> we're not curing poverty with this, but we're making a difference inch the middle class communities in which we operate. >> reporter: including graduating a class of youth. the first class to have jobs at p panera. a bakery satisfying appetites while creating new bread winners hungry for success. >> the pay it forward is a hand up, not a hand down. >>> that's our broadcast for this monday night. thank you for being with us. i'm brian williams. we hope to sooyou back here tomorrow evening. good night.
people like jimmy giles and bonnie smith stop by a couple times a week. >> this is definitely a help. >> serving up meals, they hope to make a longer laking contribution. we're making a difference in the middle-class comumunities. >> they added a training class for upper class youth. >> they better themselves in their lives. sknr you're doing it in. >> i'm doing it. >> and the bread winners are coming up fast. rob mot, nbc news, clayton, missouri. >> that's our broadcast for monday noithsd. we hope to see you tomorrow evage. good night. >>> good evening, i'm garvin thomas in for raj mathai. >> and i'm jessica aguirre. a day after a 3-month-old baby boy was shot and killed in east palo alto, police have a suspect in custody. that baby killed in the car with his parents. police now say the family was a mistaken target in a possible gang shooting. kris sanchez is
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