Liberty Utilities hosts Bread & Broth dinner

Submitted to the Tribune
The Oct. 3 Monday Meal was sponsored by Liberty Utilities. Pictured (from left) are Liberty employees Frank Papandrea, James Martin, Blaine Ladd and Emily Sellier- Flynn.
Provided/Bread & Broth

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. — From an informal survey of Bread & Broth’s dinner guests attending the Monday Meal on Oct. 3, the cooks were to be congratulated for the tender, moist, and tasty Chicken Parmesan that was the main entrée for the evening’s meal. Cooking for a large group of people is not always an easy task but the talented and creative B&B cooks always strive to make a delicious and nutritious meal for B&B’s dinner guests.

The meal’s Adopt A Day of Nourishment host for the evening was Liberty Utilities and once again their $300 donation was the funding which provided the food and supplies needed to serve the evening’s meal. In addition to the donation, another great crew from Liberty joined the B&B volunteers putting together the food ‘giveaway’ bags, preparing the dessert/drink table, manning the serving line, and breaking down and cleaning up after the meal.

Thanks to Liberty Utilities generous community volunteer policy, Liberty team members Blaine Ladd, James Martin, Frank Papandrea, and Emily Sellier-Flynn were able to devote three hours to helping their community neighbors enjoy a hot, filling meal and take-home bags of food. The AAD crew was a fun and hardworking group that delighted in the volunteer experience.

“Liberty employees enjoyed serving the less fortunate in our community,” shared Frank. “It was fun to prepare the food to-go bags and make so many smile as they were being served a hot and nutritious meal.”    

Kudos to Liberty Utilities and their four team members for their commitment to serving the Lake Tahoe South Shore community.

For more information regarding B&B’s Adopt A Day of Nourishment program or for making a donation to help our meal and Kid’s programs, visit

Source: Bread & Broth

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