Rotarians prepare meals for the homeless in Seattle

Locals take part in volunteer project.

  • Tuesday, September 1, 2020 8:30am
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A Mercer Island Rotary Club member prepares box dinners for the homeless at Seattle Operation Nightwatch on Aug. 22. Five local Rotarians prepared 70 dinners, which included ham, potato salad, fruit, cheese and cookies during the club’s near monthly volunteer project. Photo courtesy of the Mercer Island Rotary Club

A Mercer Island Rotary Club member prepares box dinners for the homeless at Seattle Operation Nightwatch on Aug. 22. Five local Rotarians prepared 70 dinners, which included ham, potato salad, fruit, cheese and cookies during the club’s near monthly volunteer project. Photo courtesy of the Mercer Island Rotary Club

A Mercer Island Rotary Club member prepares box dinners for the homeless at Seattle Operation Nightwatch on Aug. 22. Five local Rotarians prepared 70 dinners, which included ham, potato salad, fruit, cheese and cookies during the club’s near monthly volunteer project. Photo courtesy of the Mercer Island Rotary Club


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