Kudos: Bread & Broth Adopt A Day sponsors (opinion)
December 5, 2017
Every Monday evening, Bread & Broth serves a hot, full-course meal at St. Theresa Church Grace Hall thanks to our many generous community partners. Through B&B's "Adopt A Day of Nourishment" program, anyone wishing to be a part of helping to ease hunger has a chance to join B&B volunteers at their sponsorship dinner and see the impact of their generous $250 donation.
The B&B Monday Meal Adopt A Day dinner events serve the homeless, seniors on fixed incomes, part-time and minimum wage workers, and struggling families. Members of our sponsor volunteer crews often express how moved they are by the gratitude of those who they are feeding.
B&B is very thankful to have so many sponsors return every year to host a dinner and so many sponsor volunteers return to give of their time to help those in need.
Kudos to the following Adopt A Day sponsors and their sponsor crew members:
Anonymous Donor – 9/4 – Hope Lutheran Church crew members Kim Blanch, John and Marilyn Long, Ted and Diana Turner
Kirkwood Mountain Resort – 9/11 – Brian Bigley, Tim Edison, Branden Gardella, David McCullers, Christian Neville
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Sunbeam Blind Company – 9/18 – John Borsi, Kurt and Laura Rasmussen, Debbie Strahm
Tahoe Douglas Elks Lodge #2670 – 9/25 – J.J. Clause, Steve Kurek, Jim Plamenig, Gary Wendt
Tahoe Douglas Rotary Club – 10/2 – Randy Butler, Ellen Dauscher, Penny Echan, Keith Endlich, George Sariego
In Memory of Mac and Jackie McDougall – 10/9 – Flori Curran, Janet McDougall, John McDougall, Kathleen Maston, Donarae Reynolds
Adventure Mountain Lake Tahoe – 10/16 – Linda, Jim and Max Mueller
Heavenly Mountain Resort – 10/23 – Chris Barbar, Meghan Madrid, Kellie Rochioli
Harrah's/Harveys' HEROs – 10/30 – Jackie Andrews, Brad Budd, Jeff Colamecu, Darlene Winkelman
For more Bread & Broth information, visit our website http://www.breadandbroth.org.
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