Kudos & Kindness: Bread & Broth says thank you
Helping hungry, at-risk people and making a difference in their lives is the focus of Bread & Broth, our donors and sponsors.
Bread & Broth’s “Adopt A Day of Nourishment” program is a way for individuals, families, churches, organizations and businesses to sponsor and participate in serving a hot, nutritious meal on Monday evening at St. Theresa Church Grace Hall. In addition to Monday evening’s full-course meals, donations from local businesses and funds provided by our donors provide “give away” bags filled with canned food, fruit, vegetables, dairy products and bread/pastries to our dinner guests.
Bread & Broth would like to acknowledge and thank the following “Adopt A Day of Nourishment” sponsors and their sponsor crew members for their generosity, good works and deeds in support of B&B.
Gallanty Physical Therapy, Dec. 21 – Lauren Andrew, Roxanne Chiarpotti, Christina Frohlich, Jim Gallanty
MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa, Dec. 28 – Michelle Bergstrom, Ginny Shannon
Azul Latin Kitchen, Jan. 4 – Chris Arnold, Rachel Ervin, Emilie Kapp, Natashia Nielson, Danny Scott
Kawanis Club of Tahoe Sierra, Jan. 11 – Bob Fleischer, Pat Frega, Jan Lynds
Heavenly Ski Patrol, Jan. 18 – Nick Aguilar, Kyle Hannah, Michelle Loubet, Craig Smith
Kirkwood Mountain Resort, Jan. 25 – Frank Dixon, Ben Hutchinson, Sam Rudman, Robert Schaffer, Julia White
With the support of the very generous South Tahoe community, Bread & Broth has been providing food to those in need for over 26 years. For more information about B&B and its programs, visit http://www.breadandbroth.org or friend us on Facebook.
Bread & Broth
South Lake Tahoe, Calif.
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