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Soup kitchen serves up comfort

Volunteers David Lorenzo, Dorothy Loyden, Judy Anderson and Leon Ankersmit serve up some soup at the Maclean Soup Kitchen - run on a Monday night by the Maclean Presbyterian Church.
Volunteers David Lorenzo, Dorothy Loyden, Judy Anderson and Leon Ankersmit serve up some soup at the Maclean Soup Kitchen - run on a Monday night by the Maclean Presbyterian Church.

ANYONE who is experiencing hardship and difficult circumstances is more than welcome to attend a community soup kitchen at the CWA rooms in Maclean, next to the RSL Club.

Every Monday between 6-7pm, a dedicated group of local volunteers will cook good, hearty soup to warm you against the cold and let you a helping hand is always close by.

Organiser David Lorenzo is encouraging people in need to come along and enjoy the fellowship of the occasion.

"The soup kitchen is open to anyone who is struggling in our current economic circumstance. Pensioners, homeless people and anyone who is need of community help is more than welcome to come," he said.

Tea and coffee is also available at the soup kitchen. All utensils are provided by the Presbyterian Church of Maclean and attendee are welcome to take bread and soup home with them.

Pumpkin soup is on the menu next Monday, July 23.

Topics:  charity rsl



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