Monday, November 23, 2009

Harvest Meal for Maureen’s Haven

Liz Freher hosted Peconic Bay's November 15 service project -- a harvest meal prepared for Maureen's Haven, which serves the homeless on eastern Long Island. Liz, together with Kay Jones, Mary Ann Miller, Kathleen Walker and Michael Rowe, made a turkey dinner, complete with stuffing, side dishes and dessert.

This is our third year doing this service project at Liz's home. As in past years, we delivered the meal to Sacred Hearth Church in Cutchogue.

Maureen's Haven provides safe, temporary housing to the homeless during the cold winter months. The program operates from November 1 through April 1.

For the holiday season, Peconic Bay also contributed $100 to Human Resources of the Hamptons to support their 16th annual Holiday Giving Day on December 20, when this local organization provides food and gifts to families on eastern Long Island.

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