Here is some excellent Pottstown news!
A culinary student at Montgomery County Community College‘s West Campus in Pottstown is doing something to help the struggling residents of Pottstown by offering a free meal to those in need!
It’s so gratifying to see young people get involved with the community! They bring such enthusiasm and energy to the table! Many times they think of great solutions to problems because they have the ability to think outside the traditional “box”.
This young woman needs your help and here is her story –
A Pottstown local, Julia Zion, MCCC culinary student, recently reached out to the folks of Occupy Pottstown and offspring groups, to request a little help with a very cool community project she has just started. It’s called Wednesday Night Community Meals. This is a pretty simple, yet powerful idea, and it goes like this:
Every Wednesday through August Julia provides a meal at the little park at Washington and Chestnut Streets in Pottstown at 7 PM. Food and drinks are brought in and served and tables and chairs need to get to and from the playground at Zion Church. The meal is open to the community, but is intended for those who may not have a lot of food to put on their tables now, etc. She has had about 18 people attend the meals, but plans for up to 30. One of Julia’s desires is to give some Pottstown folks a hand-up via a good meal. Period. Simple, right?
Julia is looking for some local groups to take this project on with her through the summer. Julia could really use some volunteers and food to be donated for this Wednesday, June 27th. But on any Wednesday during the summer, Julia can use all the help she can get!
This would be a great project for churches, scout groups, service organizations, local corporations etc…
If you would like to donate food, money or your time, please contact this amazing young woman at firstname.lastname@example.org. She would LOVE to hear from you!