Seven volunteers from the Rotary Club of Mercer Island prepared 120 hot meals for homeless individuals through Operation Nightwatch on Nov. 13 in Seattle. Since 1976, volunteers for Operation Nightwatch have fed and found shelter for those living on the streets. Rotarians cut chicken and reheated potatoes (donated by a culinary school), stir-fried vegetables, packed cookies into plastic bags and finally filled cardboard boxes with hot food. On the rainy, cold night, Rotarians handed out bags containing hot meals and water to 120 unhoused people, cleaned up the kitchen, and felt grateful for the experience. Courtesy photos

Seven volunteers from the Rotary Club of Mercer Island prepared 120 hot meals for homeless individuals through Operation Nightwatch on Nov. 13 in Seattle. Since 1976, volunteers for Operation Nightwatch have fed and found shelter for those living on the streets. Rotarians cut chicken and reheated potatoes (donated by a culinary school), stir-fried vegetables, packed cookies into plastic bags and finally filled cardboard boxes with hot food. On the rainy, cold night, Rotarians handed out bags containing hot meals and water to 120 unhoused people, cleaned up the kitchen, and felt grateful for the experience. Courtesy photos

Mercer Island Rotarians participate in Operation Nightwatch

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Seven volunteers from the Rotary Club of Mercer Island prepared 120 hot meals for homeless individuals through Operation Nightwatch on Nov. 13 in Seattle. Since 1976, volunteers for Operation Nightwatch have fed and found shelter for those living on the streets. Rotarians cut chicken and reheated potatoes (donated by a culinary school), stir-fried vegetables, packed cookies into plastic bags and finally filled cardboard boxes with hot food. On the rainy, cold night, Rotarians handed out bags containing hot meals and water to 120 unhoused people, cleaned up the kitchen, and felt grateful for the experience. Courtesy photos


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