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In the kitchen at the Beloved Community Project meal on Saturday, Oct. 21, from left, were: Thaddene Triplett, Amanda Banaszak, Tony Novello and Kate Hamilton Carrigan. (Photo by Reilly Dixon)

Free community meal welcomes all

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The locally based Beloved Community Project offers a free community meal the third Saturday of each month, noon–2 p.m., at First Presbyterian Church. The next meal is March 16. All are welcome to participate; there is no residency requirement.

The menu features healthy homemade food, and a grocery table is available for guests to take items home.

The Beloved Community Project Inc. is a nonprofit, nondenominational, independent group committed to social justice and the benevolence of the Yellow Springs community. Donations are accepted but not required.

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6 Responses to “Free community meal welcomes all”

  1. Lyola Opal Violet Eileen says:

    The Cowsills were great! They did “Hair” and “The Rain, the Park, and Other Things” and “Silver Threads and Golden Needles” Maybe there can be a local musician fundraiser for Lakeview/Indian Lake area when the time is right. I sure hope so; cause if anything like that ever happened to Yellow Springs I know people from all around would want to help.

    Thank you for sharing and caring. Everyone has those places that live forever young in our hearts, even when they’re broken. God Bless.

  2. dw says:

    Mucho gracias! Shepherd Pie and desserts delicious nice people being kind, that’s what makes America great!

  3. dw says:

    Super! Mucho gracias!

  4. Re: Humble Servants says:

    This is one of the best things in Yellow Springs, bar none!
    Food was delicious and smiles made the day! It is rare to find people willing to address something so normal, like everyone’s necessity to eat, with such willing enthusiasm. A shared meal opens one up to kindness in a way that nothing else can. “Kindness changes things.” Thank You!

    Please remember the Indian Lake community in your prayers; I spent many childhood vacations there and truly saddened by this devastating natural disaster. It was pretty much like the Cowsills song said “…Indian Lake is the scene you should make with your little ones…” People of a certain age will remember; for those who don’t recall the song: God Bless.

  5. Grayson says:

    I worked with a Triplett at Juvenile Court eons ago! He always spoke highly of Yellow Springs. Congratulations to all on being able to maintain charitable hearts in this controversial world where “power” is too often mistaken for “Wisdom!”


    and Thank You!

  6. Don Hubschman says:

    This is very cool. Kudos to all involved and especially those who give of themselves to help others. Well done YS.

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