TRPA members host Bread & Broth meal

Submitted to the Tribune
The Tahoe Regional Planning Ageny team member's Adopt A Day sponsorship on Oct. 31 included (from left) Dan Segan, Bridget Cornell, Victoria Ortiz and Rebecca Cremeen.

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. — Dressing up for Halloween is always fun for both kids and adults alike. With Bread & Broth’s Monday Meal falling on Halloween this year, wearing costumes was a fun treat for the team members from Tahoe Regional Planning Agency who came to host and volunteer at the Oct. 31 evening dinner.   

Dressed as a dinosaur, skeleton, cowgirl, and mouse respectively, Dan Segan, Bridget Cornell, Victoria Ortiz, and Rebecca Cremeen brought both a hot meal and a smile to the faces of the evening’s dinner guests.  

“What a privilege it is to join Bread & Broth for today’s dinner,” shared Victoria. “The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency team loved serving our community, especially in costume on Halloween.”

It was a pleasure to have team members from the organization whose vision is for a lake environment that is sustainable, healthy and safe for the community and future generations. By sponsoring an Adopt A Day, the TRPA team members extended their concern for our lake and community to individuals in our community who are in need of a hot, nutritious meal especially during this period of inflated costs for food and basic needs.  

Thank you to the TRPA team members who represented their co-workers and for their generous sharing of their time, energy, and funds to sponsor Bread & Broth’s meal for the evening. Kudos to all you do for our environment and our community.  

Source: Bread & Broth

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