Findley Halliday hosts a Finn-fabulous Soup Kitchen
Friday, January 2nd, 2015
Over a hundred island residents were treated to a delicious holiday meal on Christmas Day thanks to Findley Halliday. Halliday decided to give back to the less fortunate during this festive season, and along with the help of Raise Me Up and the business community, organized a Soup Kitchen that served a traditional meal on Christmas Day.
A dining hall was setup on Black Coral Street in front of the Raise Me Up headquarters, and a full meal was served. From an an appetizer of cheese dip, to the traditional ham and turkey entree with sides and sweet treats for dessert. The goal was to feed people and families in need of a Christmas lunch that could be proudly presented on any table in the country, and just have a fun celebration for those who would truly enjoy it,” said Halliday. At the end of the dinner, gifts were given to the children in attendance. After the soup kitchen ended, there was even left over toys and goodies and those were delivered to residents in the San Mateo Area.
Big thanks goes out to Raise Me Up, Fido’s Restaurant and Bar, Portofino Resort, Rojo Beach Bar, Azul Resort, Caramba’s Restaurant, Elvi’s Kitchen, Wing’s Store, Maya and Colette of Conch Creative Photography, The Baker, Lynn Kier, Blue Water Grill, The Phoenix Resort, Casa Picasso Restaurant, Larry Harmon, Ruby Eiley, Wild Mango’s Restaurant, Piper Sheffield, The San Pedro Sun Newspaper, Jean Seruntine and Annie’s Pastries.
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