Kudos & Kindness: Bread & Broth salutes Heavenly Ski Patrol
March 19, 2013
On Monday, March 4, members of the Heavenly Ski Patrol put aside their skis and put on Bread & Broth aprons to help feed local residents at the evening meal served at St. Theresa Church Grace Hall. The members of Heavenly Ski Patrol donated $250 to host the Bread & Broth Adopt A Day of Nourishment and five of its members volunteered to spend three hours of their personal time to work side by with the Bread & Broth volunteer crew.
Heavenly Ski Patrol members work hard on Heavenly's slopes to ensure guests have a safe and fun skiing/boarding experience and the Ski Patrol volunteer AAD sponsor crew — which consisted of Sarah Lowman, Kristin Burghard, Tom Burkart, Andy Johnson and Chip Morrill — put in the same effort at their Bread & Broth dinner. They helped with the giveaway bags, served food to the dinner's guests, manned the dishwasher and helped with the dinner's cleanup. The Bread & Broth volunteers were very impressed with and enjoyed working with the Ski Patrol volunteers.
Bread & Broth salutes the Heavenly Ski Patrol for their great work ethic and their concern for the welfare of the less fortunate of our community. Their donation of time and money to the Bread & Broth program is greatly appreciated.
Anyone interested in helping Bread & Broth feed the South Shore's hungry can contact Carol Gerard at 530-542-2876 or email@example.com.
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