Kudos: Thank you to Bread & Broth AAD sponsors (opinion)
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 one 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 community individuals, churches, service 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.
Kirkwood Mountain Resort – 11/6 – Mark DeSacia, Rick Hofheins, Charlie Noury, David McCullers
Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. – 11/13 – Richard Gross, Elizabeth Palmer, Melissa Stefani
Thanksgiving Dinner – 11/20 – B&B Volunteers
Anonymous – 11/17
Tahoe Douglas Rotary Club – 12/4 – Allegra Boyd, Ellen Dauscher, Amanda Jones, Ryan Moore, Bob Senna, Matt Wiggins
Heavenly Mountain Resort – 12/11 – Michelle Beall, Kelly Campbell, Chris Eckert, Katie Ficeto, Frank Papandrea
Camp Richardson Resort – 12/18 – Darren Foerschler, Travis Lauinger, James Roberts, Vanessa Santora, Doug Sheehan
Christmas Dinner – 12/25 – St. Theresa Church Parish Members
In addition to providing dinners at the Monday Meal, B&B partners with the Lake Tahoe Community Presbyterian Church to offer soup and a simple entrée every Friday at our Second Serving meal. B&B’s partnerships with our community members means that no one needs to go hungry on the South Shore.
For more Bread & Broth information, visit our website http://www.breadandbroth.org.
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