Tahoe Neighborhood Table serving!
KINGS BEACH, Calif. and#8212; United for Action presents the second installment of the Tahoe Neighborhood Table. This free community dinner will be held on Monday, March 26, 6-8 p.m. at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church, 8363 Steelhead Ave., Kings Beach, on the corner of Deer and Steelhead. Authentic tacos, rice, and beans will be served by the Catholic Church and Community House staff. The Community House is comprised of Tahoe SAFE Alliance, North Tahoe Family Resource Center and Project MANA. Everyone is invited to share a meal together!
Sharing a meal and conversation can be the foundation of a friendship. Building a stronger community can build a stronger safety net for those experiencing difficult times.
United for Action will host three Neighborhood Table dinners around the North Shore this winter. The first dinner was held on a snowy night in February at the Tahoe City Episcopal Church with help from Sierra Mental Wellness Group. Turnout was low, but all who attended reported having a great time. The second dinner will be held tonight, March 26 in Kings Beach, while the third dinner will be held in Tahoe Vista at the North Tahoe Hebrew Congregation on April 20.
United for Action is a partnership between non-profits and faith-based organizations in North Lake Tahoe.
About United for Action
We may come from different philosophical backgrounds, but we share one core value: helping others. We all share a common vision to provide social services and ministry in our community. Rather than work alone to reach those goals, we choose to combine resources and support each other in our endeavors. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Jessica at 530-546-7804.
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