Kudos & Kindness: Bread & Broth ‘second serving’ celebrating seven years
Bread & Broth’s Friday night “Second Serving” celebrated its seven-year anniversary on May 13. Second Serving serves weekly free-of-charge meals to the community at Lake Tahoe Community Presbyterian Church. Second Serving is an expansion of Bread & Broth’s Monday evening food service at Grace Hall of Saint Theresa’s Catholic Church in South Lake Tahoe.
Bread & Broth is a nonprofit, all-volunteer program feeding the hungry in our community for over 25 years; proving a hot meal for those in need, as well as a goodwill gathering place for its volunteers. Second Serving would like to extend a thank you to all of our wonderful volunteers, past and present, for donating their time. We would also like to extend our sincere appreciation to the following donors for their soup that continued our success these past seven years: Erik and Melodie (Freshies), Rosie Cowen and Glenn Simpson (Blue Angel Café), Sheldon and Dan (Tep’s Villa Roma), Scott Craig (Riva Grill), Tim Halloran and Mark Vassau (Nepheles), Nick Ashmore (Cafe Fiore), Steffen Moise (Ridge Tahoe) and Tim Tretton (MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa). When you are choosing a place to dine in Lake Tahoe, we hope you will remember these restaurants for their generous donations to help feed our less fortunate and keeping South Lake Tahoe a unified community.
For more information, to volunteer or to donate, please contact Diane Weidinger at email@example.com.
South Lake Tahoe, Calif.
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