Thank you, Redmond, for partnering again with Open Kitchen | Letter

We are so grateful for the runners, walkers, families and furry friends who made the 2016 Poultry Predictor such a fun community event! Your participation raised money for our community meal on Wednesday nights, and the Open Kitchen salad bar will be even more colorful because of your efforts.

Thank you to the City of Redmond for partnering with Open Kitchen again this year and for helping us raise awareness that hunger does, indeed, live in Redmond. As Open Kitchen celebrates the beginning of our fourth year this week, we are mindful that we could not do this work without the amazing generosity of our Redmond community; you have stood in the rain for Open Kitchen, donated the gift of time and resources, asked how you can help, visited our Facebook page to learn more, and taken steps for us and toward us as we’ve worked together to ensure all of our neighbors are fed.

With thankful hearts,

Kristen Muscott, Jayleen Ryberg and Shelia Kandeler

Co-coordinators, Open Kitchen




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