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GOT LUNCH! Laconia Recognized at The Spirit of New Hampshire Volunteer Awards.
 
Children and families of Laconia, as well as the hundreds of volunteers and supporters of GOT LUNCH! Laconia, know what a great program GOT LUNCH! Laconia is.  In the 8 years of the program, children have received enough healthy groceries to make over 150,000 lunches! 
 
GOT LUNCH! Laconia volunteers received a Group Service Award. Last summer alone GOT LUNCH! Laconia had over 240 volunteers. Boy Scouts, children, teachers, parents, students and senior citizens all work together to make this amazing program work. With the tireless effort of many In 2018 GOT LUNCH! Laconia fed 541 children for the 11 weeks of the summer.
 
The Advisory Board, which is a five-person team; Dave Barth, Sandy Brallier, Stan Brallier, Paula Gile, and Linda Tunnicliffe received an Outstanding Service Award for all they do to coordinate this amazing community collaborative.
 
Pictured below: 2018 Volunteers on a Monday morning in July getting ready to pack the bags to go out to the children




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Three times a year, the Outreach Committee prepares and serves dinner at Hands Across The Table. Many participated by bringing in specific food items. Then on October 10th, a group gathered to prepare and serve "Spaghetti Pie" Take a peak at the photo's below. Next time we serve, you can join the Fun!


 FRIENDLY KITCHEN AT THE SALVATION ARMY
 
Our church prepares a lunchtime meal every other month to approximately 40 people in need of a hot meal.  The Salvation Army in downtown Laconia serves as the center for this outreach to the community.  Volunteers are always needed to coordinate menu selections, make phone calls, cook or bake food items and serve lunch on Fridays at 12 noon.  Please contact the Church Office at tel. 524-0668 if you would like to volunteer.


 STITCHES OF LOVE
 
"Shawls ... made for centuries universal and embracing,
symbolic of an inclusive, unconditionally loving, God.
They wrap, enfold, comfort, cover, give solace,
mother, hug, shelter and beautify.
Those who have received these shawls have been 
uplifted and affirmed, as if given wings to 
fly above their troubles..."
 
  Written in 1998 by: Janet Bristow Copyright ©2011

 


This busy and committed group meets weekly to knit and crochet prayer shawls, baptism blankets, mittens, hats, and many other items.  These items are given to people both within the church and in places far away to offer support and comfort in difficult times.

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