"Serve Up Hope" was a success!

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!

As you can see, we went through many pots in the course of the sale!

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.

Posted in Fundraisers, Plate Sales

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