WESTFIELD - The Westfield Community Kitchen has some great things going on and will be holding an open house on Wednesday, May 16 at its location, 12 Elm Street, from 1 to 3 p.m. to show them off.
In the past year, the WCK has been able to spruce up the kitchen. In addition, it has increased its outreach efforts with a great new logo and some new signs around town.
Providing a nutritious noontime meal for anyone in need continues to be the WCK's driving mission. It continues to have a fabulous group of volunteers, an energetic director and a committed board and serves upwards of 80 meals a month bringing nutritional and emotional sustenance to citizens from Brocton, Mayville and Westfield.
The Westfield Community Kitchen's new logo.
How has the WCK been going so strong for lo these 26 years?
The kitchen fulfills a unique need by helping individuals and bringing strength to the community;
The kitchen is well run and fiscally responsible. Every dollar donated is used to fulfill the mission
In the article "Community Kitchen holding open house" in the May 10, 2012 edition of this paper, number of meals served per month was incorrect. The Westfield Community Kitchen serves around 600 meals per month.
Supportive volunteers, donors, the community ministerial group and the great people of St. Peter's
Church collaborate toward a successful community asset
It is friendly and welcoming to all
Anyone interested in seeing what the WCK does and experience the kitchen first hand is encouraged to stop by St. Peter's Church, which is across from Eason Hall, during the open house. Call 326-2055 with any questions.