Club dives in to help kitchen

Mandurah Coastal Times - - SPORT -

MANDURAH Com­mu­nity Kitchen is al­most $1000 bet­ter off after Mandurah Masters Swim­ming Club raised $930 from a quiz night to do­nate to the kitchen.

The do­na­tion was in the form of food vouch­ers to be re­deemed at Farmer Jack’s.

Com­mu­nity Kitchen as­sis­tant co-or­di­na­tor Kerry Vrossink said the kitchen at the Sut­ton Street hall made meals for the home­less and needy.

On any day, four vol­un­teers from a pool of 20 run the kitchen and can serve be­tween 40 and 50 peo­ple dur­ing the morn­ing.

The kitchen has been op­er­at­ing for eight years and vis­i­tors pay 50c for a meal.

The quiz night was spon­sored by lo­cal busi­nesses Clas­sique Hair De­sign, Cooks Kitchen, Glass Jar, Dan Mur­phy, Ex­treme Jet Ski Hire, JakJak, Jane Brook, Kebab Mandurah Gordon Road, Mi­ami Bake­house, NewX­press Sil­ver Sands, Of­fice Works and Wood­leys Cen­tral Newsagency.

Peel Com­mu­nity Kitchen as­sis­tant co­or­di­na­tor Kerry Vrossink and Mandurah Masters so­cial of­fi­cer Glenda Hur­tado.

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