South Side Rotary lends a helping hand at Hot Metal Bridge's weekly dinner
South Side Rotary Club members work serving dinner at the Hot Metal Bridge Faith Community weekly dinner.
The Hot Metal Bridge Faith Community and the Rotary Club of South Side Pittsburgh came together on Tuesday, May 26 to prepare and serve a free hot meal for nearly 100 people.
‘The Table,' a weekly event organized by the Hot Metal Bridge Faith Community, features a free meal open to everyone. The Rotary Club of South Side Pittsburgh prepared and served the meal at the Brashear Center. The organizations have found a common goal in and serving the South Side community.
Renee Greenlee, from the Hot Metal Bridge Faith Community, organizes ‘The Table' and introduced the Rotary Club to the weekly event. The group often looks for sponsors to help out with preparing and serving the meal each week. A meal of salad and rolls, hot sausage, rigatoni, lemon chicken and cake was prepared by Penny Folino's catering service and Michelle Knight, both members of the Rotary Club.
‘The Table' event is open to anyone every Tuesday night from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at the Brashear Center, 2005 Sarah St. on the South Side of Pittsburgh. Further information can be found at www.hotmetalbridge.com
The Rotary Club of South Side Pittsburgh is in the process of reestablishing itself as a service organization in the South Side community. Weekly meetings are held every Tuesday from noon to 1p.m. at Tom's Diner, 1715 E Carson St. and anyone is welcome to stop by. Questions about the club can be directed to Dave Trumbore at email@example.com.