Soup Line of a Different Kind — a Fundraiser

Although a soup line is traditionally for those in need, this past Sunday the tables were turned as those who lined up in their cars for a bowl of soup at Burbank’s UMe Credit Union were those fulfilling a need.
The soup-securing succession was staged in lieu of Family Promise of the Verdugo’s annual Empty Bowl event in which supporters of the nonprofit agency select a hand-crafted artisan ceramic bowl and local restaurants team-up to provide a signature soup for a sit-down luncheon.
Close to 200 supporters of the organization, which provides assistance, safe shelter and meals to homeless children and their families, pulled into UMe’s parking lot to receive a take-away container of Guy Fieri’s Kitchen and Bar Express’ chili or tortilla soup. This arrangement was made possible by Steve Mora, president of Metropolitan Culinary Services, who serves as the prime food and beverage provider at Hollywood Burbank Airport.

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Elizabeth House Gala is April 28

Photo by Carin Yates / OUTLOOK David and Mary Sue Scheidler were joined by Janet and Jack Orswell at a previous Elizabeth House Gala. This year’s event is being held on Saturday, April 28.
Photo by Carin Yates / OUTLOOK
David and Mary Sue Scheidler were joined by Janet and Jack Orswell at a previous Elizabeth House Gala. This year’s event is being held on Saturday, April 28.

Elizabeth House, based in Pasadena, is hosting its annual gala on Saturday evening, April 28, at Oakmont Country Club in Glendale. The reception and silent auction begin at 5:30 p.m.; the dinner and program are at 7 p.m.
Dr. Lisa Masterson of “The Doctors” television show will be the honoree at this 15th annual gala.
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Union Station Homeless Services to Feed Hundreds on Christmas

In a show of compassion and holiday spirit, hundreds of volunteers of all ages will gather on Christmas Day to serve meals and cheer at Union Station Homeless Services’ second annual Holiday at the Station.
Union Station expects to serve more than 500 plates of food on Monday, Dec. 25. Meal recipients will include individuals and families experiencing homelessness or poverty, senior citizens and those who are alone for Christmas or unable to afford a holiday meal.
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