Gosh, tonight was so busy that I failed to take more than just a handful of pictures. Here are two that I like, of new and happy customers.
Don't let the empty table in the top picture fool you. The folks pictured came early and the place was hopping by the start of the meal. By the way, the salad and tangy green bean dish were especially delicious. And, aside from the great dinner, we had a TON of desserts to give away.
As she was leaving, one of our regular customers said, "You're a godsend." Funny, but that is how I feel about our customers and our volunteers. You are all wonderful.
This blog is posted by "Elijah's Table," a joint project of the Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration (1 Hood Road, Derry, NH) and Etz Hayim Synagogue (1-1/2 Hood Road, Derry, NH), both located on Hood Road in Derry, NH. Twice a month we provide free, family-friendly dinners, which are served in a relaxed atmosphere. There are other organizations in the Derry, New Hampshire area that also offer free and delicious meals to the public. Please see the calendar on the right-hand side of this blog for a list of upcoming meals. And don't forget the offerings of the Sonshine Soup Kitchen (described on the left-hand side of this blog) and The Derry Salvation Army!
Sunday, January 3, 2016
Though it's taken me a while to write, December's ET was terrific. We had eggplant parmesan, cheesy broccoli, mashed potatoes, sauteed green beans, and more. And the tables had been decorated by our ever-helpful teen volunteers with snowmen drawings covered with well-placed chocolates. To top off the evening, we had a lively Christmas sing-a-long. All that was missing was the snow. Maybe in January. Hope you'll be there.
|Three lovely servers.|
|Yummy table decoration.|
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