Cornerstone Community Kitchen on the Fourth

ON THE 4th: Chris Cox (left, a member of PUMC) and David Perkins (volunteer,
works at Princeton Plasma Physics Lab) helped serve 72 hot dogs with
all the fixings — beans, watermelon, and apple, grilled on the lawn.

Every Wednesday at 5, the Cornerstone Community Kitchen welcomes all to a free community meal, served at tables. The nutritious hot meals — cooked by TASK — have included roast chicken or chili and rice. On the Fourth of July, the meal was extra special — hot dogs with all the trimmings, grilled on the lawn, complete with Sousa marches from a boom box.  Who came? Some regulars — families, couples, and singles — some new people who heard about it from friends, some who were simply walking by on Nassau Street and accepted the invitation. What a great way to celebrate the Fourth! 

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