Our first Ways & Means project of the year was a hit!
The “Serve Up Hope” Soup & Sandwich sale was Friday, Feb. 6 at the Jaycee Hut. Thanks to everyone’s hard work, we sold 130 bowls of soup and made $650 for the chapter. Our soup choices were potato, vegetable beef, and chili. Each bowl came with a half sandwich, chips, and a dessert. Yum!
Project chair Kelly Quinones Miller would like to thank everyone who helped in any capacity, including soup makers Tom Johnson, Chad Gordon, and Shannon Shuey; dessert makers Laura Bruce, Shannon Shuey, and Amber Dunigan; and day-of helpers Andy Childress, Tracy Culler, Hampton Rutledge, Bill Shuey, Matt Kaufman, and Bobby Wade.
The best news is that we set a new record for the chapter. This project involved SEVEN men. That’s the most men ever involved in a single CCJC project!
We’re already planning the next plate sale. Let us know if and how you’d like to help.