Table of Hope gives much

To the Editor,

Congratulations to the Table of Hope for achieving five years of feeding the community’s hungry with having served over 38,000 meals. Table of Hope has been a blessing for those who come for the free dinners.

The free dinners are served by volunteers who not only dish up the warm food but serve it with smiles and warm greetings.

For those who come to get nourishment from the meals also receive nourishment for their souls.

Table of Hope should be called Table of Friendship, for everyone there from the volunteers to the dinner guests — both young and old — have become friends. The children are happy and cheerful and eager to eat as the parents enjoy the wholesome meal together at the table. Others come and share a meal with friends.

Come to the First United Methodist Church on any Monday, Wednesday, or Friday at 5 p.m. and enjoy a free friendship dinner.

Thank you for giving your time and donations to the Table of Hope/Table of Friendship.

Yvonne Tuchalski