Carlson Community Services says "thank you" to the restaurants, cooks, and diners who made the 6th Soup & Bread for Carlson a success! Over 150 people came together February 25th to listen to the Indy Jam Band and sample nine delicious soups.
Forty-five gallons of soup were served, along with dozens of rolls from Highland Baking.
The generous soup donors were:
Also thanks to Ed Gardner, Sara Anderson & Holly Lundquist, Susan Ford, Dorene Jordan, Ellen Olech & Sandra Stumme.
Thank you to raffle donors Backlot Coffee Company, The Lakefront Restaurant, Bruce Anderson, Helen Lira, Rodney Zech and Carlson Board and Committee members who donated to the wine basket. Many thanks to the event co-chairs Rebecca Haneberg and Ruth Olech. Carleson Community Services also wants to thank the hosts, Irving Park Lutheran Church, and all the volunteers who helped the evening run smoothly.
Soup & Bread for Carlson raised $2,400 for Carlson Community Services' programs. Carlson is ,a 501c3 non-profit connecting the Irving Park community with programs that enrich lives through education, culture and service. Carlson's programs include the Magic After-School Place, Three Brothers Garden and Irving Park Fine Arts Concert Series.
If you didn't make it to Soup & Bread It's not too late to donate! The many neighborhood programs need your support! If you have any questions please contact the Carlson Community Services Executive Director, Liz Mills at 773.398.6766 or email her at email@example.com