Serving Dinner at St. James Community Kitchen
Central Bank Staff Volunteers
On Monday, a team of seven Central Bank staff served dinner at St. James Place Community Kitchen at 39th and Troost. This was part of the Harmon-Huwaldt Project, a community service committee honoring two very special Central Bank staff members – Ed Huwaldt and Joann Harmon. We arrived at about 4pm to set up for the crowd that would soon start filling up the dining rooms. Five volunteers served food to the adults and children, one washed dishes, and the other volunteer helped clear tables for the next wave of people. Bishop Sullivan’s two food pantries now serve over 1,200 families each month. The Community Kitchen serves about 250 hungry people each night, 5 nights a week.