City Kitchen recruits Nikki Corbitt and Burnie Community House coordinator Tracy Edington-Mackay with volunteer driver Allen Lockey at the open house.Having a new place to call home is good news for not only those that use Burnie City Kitchen but the volunteers.
This afternoon, volunteers and those interested in the service had a chance to look through the Burnie Community House.
The new venue will be where volunteers will prepare and serve meals on Monday and Wednesday evenings. It’s also a place where those that use the service can come in out of the cold and eat their meal or take it home.
Burnie City Kitchen coordinator Betty Hite said it was wonderful to finally have somewhere they could call home.
”It’s been something that we have wanted from the start and to me it’s really a dream come true,” Mrs Hite said.
For the full story read Monday’s Advocate Newspaper.
This article first appeared in Hangzhou Night Net.