Kudos & kindness: Thank you to Bread & Broth AAD sponsors
November 14, 2016
Whether you are attending a Bread & Broth "Monday Meal" as a dinner guest or a volunteer, the feelings generated at the evening meal at St. Theresa Grace Hall are ones of happiness and thankfulness. The healthy meals not only provide bodily nourishment, but also feed the soul with warmth and gratitude. Helping hungry, at risk folks is a wonderful way to provide service to the vulnerable of our community.
Through the "Adopt A Day of Nourishment" program, B&B has been partnering with Lake Tahoe South Shore individuals, churches, organizations and businesses to provide these weekly Monday evening dinners. B&B would like to thank the following "Adopt A Day" sponsors for their $250 donations and their volunteer crew members for their enthusiasm, hard work and warm concern as they helped our dedicated B&B volunteers at each of their sponsorship dinners.
Tahoe/Douglas Elk Lodge #2670 – 9/5 – Jeanne and Roger Barragan, Karen and Jim Plamenig
Kirkwood Mountain Resort – 9/12 – Tim Edison, Chris Hostnik, Jarrett Morgan, Vergel Soteco
Anonymous – 9/19
Harrah's/Harveys' HEROs – 9/26 – Jacalyn Andrews, Stephanie Bartholomew, Jeff Colameco, Pat Frega, Darlene Winkelman
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Camp Richardson Resort – 10/10 – Lyric Amsterdam, Mary Griffin, Travis Lauinger, Cheryl Oransky, Charles Rounds, Vanessa Santora
Edgewood Ladies Golf Club – 10/17 – Paula Gansinger, Dena Schwarte
Heavenly Mountain Resort – 10/24 – Nicole Alexandrovich, Cassim Andrews, Liz Seki, Adam Turner
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