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Limestone Ladle Will Serve Free Community Dinners Twice A Month

Last updated on Friday, January 4, 2013

(BEDFORD) - The Limestone Ladle will now serve free community dinners twice a month.

The dinners are on the second and fourth Sundays of the month at the Knights of Columbus Hall from 1-3 p.m. The K of C is just off Mitchell Road. The January dinners will be served on Jan. 13 and 27 from 1-3 p.m.

Marge Phillips, member of the Limestone Ladle steering committee says more dinners means a need for more churches and volunteer groups to prepare and serve dinners.

Currently, there are about 11 churches participate regularly, but there's always room for more, said Phillips.

Phillips has a couple of openings, including one in February.

Phillips says churches are the sponsors and the committee helps coordinate efforts.

Some churches team up to host a dinner. One church provides the paper products that are used each month.

Average attendance is 75 people, with about 25 shut-ins also served. TASC provides transportation from several locations.

Steering committee members are Phillips, Rosemary Stanley, Janet Jackson, Barb Morris, Karla Fortner and Paula Teague.

For more information about Limestone Ladle, call Phillips, 275-4735.

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