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Bread and Broth seeks volunteers

Bread and Broth is seeking additional volunteers to help in service of free meals to the hungry in our community. Each week for the past 18 years Bread and Broth has served a hot, full course, free dinner to those in need.

The program, operating out of St. Theresa Catholic church and currently serving meals from 4 to 6 p.m. each Monday, has been completely funded through donations and completely staffed by volunteers. The community collaborative venture has been very successful because of the tremendous volunteer support from many individuals.

Volunteers can sign up to work in several areas. Needed are volunteers who would like to help set up and serve meals from 3 to 6 p.m. on any Monday of the month. Volunteers are also needed to be coordinators for the afternoon from 3 to 6:30 p.m. Clean-up volunteers work from 5:15 p.m. until close. Bread and Broth can always use more cooks and additional help in picking up donated goods.



There is a place for you to help this needed and valuable service in our community. You may sign up for one afternoon a month or more frequently. To sign up and for more information call Linda Morris at (530) 544-8315.


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