Ronald McDonald dinner

brlodgeBrethren,
On Saturday March 15th, we will exercising one of the noblest tenets of our fraternity, that of charity. We will be preparing and serving food to upwards of 50 people at the Ronald McDonald house. Matt Scherer and I will be coordinating this effort.
Taken directly from the information given to me by the Ronald McDonald house:
The Ronald McDonald House inside Riley Hospital provides a supportive
home-away-from-home for families of seriously ill or injured children
receiving medical care at the hospital. Families using our services are 
stressed and preoccupied with their child’s medical condition and they greatly 
appreciate you sharing your love and talent by providing a “home cooked” 
meal for them. Many families may be hours away from home and have 
financial constraints as well. They may not know where their next meal will 
come from. No family is ever asked to pay for a meal or turned away for their 
inability to pay. This is where you come in.
The serving crew must be limited to 12 people, but all those who volunteer may help prepare the meal. OnMarch 15th meet myself and Matt Scherer at Lodge for fellowship and charity as we prepare a great meal for the Ronald McDonald House.
Fraternally Yours in Service,
Nicholas David Barber
Marshall

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