• Fish Hopper, Old Fishermans Grotto and Scales Restaurants Donate Lunches to the Salvation Army to Feed Victims of the Soberano Fire

    This week through Saturday, August 6 The Fish Hopper, Old Fishermans Grotto and Scales Seafood & Steaks restaurants are feeding lunch to victims of the Soberanes fire through a donation to the Salvation Army.  The Salvation Army is feeding fire victims meals three times a day at 8am, 12pm, and 6pm every day at the All-Saints Episcopal Church in Carmel Valley. The Salvation Army picks up the meals from the restaurants each morning at 10:30am and they are served at lunch, family-style.  The meals feed an estimated 30 people per day.  In addition to meals, the Salvation Army has volunteers on site at every meal to provide moral support and spiritual assistance to those affected by the fire.

    Restaurants that wish to donate can contact Kayla Covert, Lieutenant at The Salvation Army Monterey Peninsula Corps at 831-899-1335 ext. 2716 to inquire.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on August 6, 2016

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