CAPC Oakland

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Thanksgiving Video Memories & Thank Yous

Our annual effort to feed the physically hungry and hungry to serve of Oakland – in partnership with our neighborhood merchants was a great success in terms of responding to the hungers of our city: physical and spiritual, providing a safe, warm place for people to be both fed and to feed others.  We used up all of our 300 serving plates, having roughly 100 volunteers working with our community on this common goal over the entire Thanksgiving Week.

Enjoy some video memories of the day and week.

CAPC Community Thanksgiving Meal 2012
CAPC Community Thanksgiving Meal 2012

You can find photos and the above video online at our Blog and also on our Facebook page.

Much thanks go to everyone who helped in particular:

Stewart Washington for heading up the kitchens.

Sally Schmidt for heading up the downstairs kitchen.

Shane Keller for directing volunteers as they arrived.

Michael Mendonca for taking the whole week off to help!

Jeff and Linda Trowbridge for their Deacon leadership & shopping.

Sarah Moxon for her organizing, donation soliciting and perseverance with the ever-ringing office telephone

Gene Anderson for creating the online registration form on our blog

and many many others…

Also much thanks go to the local businesses who supported and made our community meal possible

through donations of resources, money and time

Aramark

Arizemendi Bakery

Crepevine Restaurant

The Deacons of College Avenue Presbyterian Church

Katrina Rozelle Bakery

Piedmont Grocery

The Preschoolers of Rockridge Little School

Safeway on Claremont & in Rockridge

Susan Bernosky at Strahan Insurance

Trader Joe’s on College

Walgreens on Shattuck

Find more pictures on the CAPCOakland Facebook Page [Link to Like]

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About capcoakland

We are a community of faith seeking to live God's will together: that space where the passions of our hearts and the needs of the world meet in our context of Berkeley, Oakland and Piedmont. Our perspective is based from a Christian center, open to the mystery of God's presence in our world. Our core values are celebration, community & prayer. This blog is our avenue for program updates and information.

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