Kudos: Thank you to Bread & Broth AAD sponsors
What an amazing community exists in South Tahoe! Week after week another organization, church, business or individual steps up to partner with Bread & Broth to feed food insecure members of our community every Monday evening at St. Theresa Grace Hall. These “Adopt a Day of Nourishment” sponsors donate $250 to cover the cost of food, utilities and supplies needed to prepare our delicious and well-balanced dinners.
B&B encourages our AAD hosts to send sponsor crew members to work side by side with our B&B volunteers to help with the meal’s setup, serving and cleanup. B&B is always thrilled to work with these amazing individuals who come prepared to do anything they can to make the dinner guests feel welcomed and cared for.
B&B would like to thank the following “Adopt A Day” sponsors and crew members:
Heavenly Ski Patrol, Jan. 16 — Evan Bozarth, Patrick Chu, Gray Grandy, Dave Hellod, Nick Kushner
Kirkwood Mountain Resort, Jan. 23 — Jon Copeland, Anjie Goulding, Reba Mourao, Jamie Mullens
Beach Retreat & Lodge, Jan. 30 — Erik Cramer, Lori Cramer, Emily Sabbato, Nikki Verdile
Soroptimist International of Tahoe Sierra, Feb. 6 — Blair Bolles, Teddi Breaux, Shelly Martinez, Nancy Muller, Joy Rogers
Mind Body Physical Therapy, Feb. 13 — Christina Frohlich, Jessica Jones, Kiley Lathrop
Tahoe Art League, Feb. 20 — Connie Clark, Barbie Crawford, Janet McDougall, Robert Schimmel
Heavenly Mountain Resort, Feb. 27 — Kelsey Carapia, Ingrid Heinig, Megan Madrid, Jack Pippin, Amy Rice
Filipino Community, March 6 — Bogey Boys, Nora Cabanero, Cecilia de Leon, Sally Dasalla, Myra Fajilan, Julie Fajayan, Ador Manalili, Mila Seal, Mercy Penollar, Mila Penollar and Belma and Rudy Penollar.
For more Bread & Broth program information, visit our website ww.breadandbroth.org.
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