Kudos & Kindness
Camp Richardson feeds the needy
Camp Richardson Historic Resort and Marina was the Adopt A Day of Nourishment sponsor for Bread & Broth’s dinner on April 7. The generous donation fed more than 85 guests and the marina’s fun and helpful sponsor crew joined with B&B crew members to pack the “giveaway” bags and then manned the serving line to greet each guest and serve the tasty roast beef dinner prepared by B&B’s talented cooks.
“We are delighted to participate in ‘Adopt A Day’,” said Vanessa Santora, Camp Richardson’s sales, events and marketing manager.
Also helping the B&B volunteers from Camp Richardson were Lorraine Leonard, payroll supervisor; Travis Lauinger, retail manager; Gina Marie Hunt, group sales coordinator and Charlie Gaspar, front desk manager. From the setup to the take down and cleanup of the dinner, these five energetic volunteers were happy to help as needed.
“The B&B staff is so welcoming and friendly,” Vanessa added. “Thank you for allowing us to give back to the community we love.”
Concern and caring is the common theme that B&B’s dinner sponsors demonstrate and Camp Richardson Resort and Marina and their volunteers are no exception. B&B is grateful for and thanks our caring community supporters as they feed the hungry and those in need.
B&B Fundraising chairperson
Thank you for work done at Kelly Ridge
Thank you to California Conservation Corp’s for the great work they did for Kelly Ridge.
Cleaning up the defensible space and beautifying Kelly Ridge. This made our seniors happy, I cannot thank you all enough.
Thank you to Diane Hooper, director South Lake Tahoe Family Resource Center, for helping one of the residents at Kelly Ridge. You could never imagine what you did for this resident you are an angel.
Kelly Ridge Administrator
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