More than 100 diners lined up for the salmon dinner that was served by Bread & Broth at St. Theresa Church Grace Hall on Sept. 9. Families, seniors on limited incomes, working poor and those living outdoors were thrilled with the generous portions of cheesy baked potatoes, stir-fried vegetables, green salad and fruit salad that were served with the salmon. To show their appreciation, the dinner guests applauded enthusiastically when Tahoe Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Group was introduced as the evening’s Adopt A Day sponsor.
“Volunteering is very rewarding for anyone who participates in an Adopt A Day event,” said Dr. Steve Bannar.
Dr. Bannar, Heather Crnich, Rhonda Fischer and Barb Nicholas represented the Tahoe Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Group as they worked alongside Bread & Broth volunteers. They packed give-away bags, worked the serving line and dessert tables and cleaned tables, stacked chairs and vacuumed the eating area at the end of the evening. The four volunteers from TOSM took their role as Bread & Broth helpers seriously and did a great job of helping throughout the evening.
“This is a great organization worthy of the community’s support,” added Dr. Bannar.
What makes Bread & Broth so successful in feeding the hungry of South Lake Tahoe are our donors, sponsors and volunteers. Bread & Broth would like to acknowledge and thank the Tahoe Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Group and its staff for their monetary donation and volunteer support.