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Will Miriam's Cap fit? Try it out on 10/02.

Roll up your sleeves with a Tiger team at Miriam's 1st-Fri. shift. Help boost the energy. In this TOP-rated DC volunteering site, you're in at 6, out at 8:30. Bring a friend (but email first) ...


Got Passion for Helping? Join many Tigers, all "giving back."

Miriam's crew is waiting for you on 10/02.  Catch the spirit.  Joe Kochan '02 leads the team.  He's there each 1st Fri./3rd Wed. to help round up the helpers. If you're interested, EMAIL HIM first (jskochan@hotmail.com).  Please join the PCW team on Oct. 2nd, and each first Friday. (SEE sidebar on Joe - click this profile of Joe Kochan... )

NOTE: Miriam's is the best place for volunteering in DC, says City Paper.  First Lady Michelle Obama '85 has visited -- why not you?  Roll up your sleeves with this great community-helper team (1st Fridays/3rd Wednesdays) of Tigers.

DETAILS ON YOUR OCT. 2nd MIRIAM'S VISIT .... 

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A message from Joe Kochan & the Crew --

  

Joe and the crew, at work: 6 am, bright smiles, lots of elbow grease.

THANKS to all who've helped us at recent breakfasts...

Our NEW FRIDAY breakfast shift is Oct. 2nd, 6 am-8:30am.
Our team will be needing volunteers to help out that morning. If
you've never been to Miriam's, this is a great chance to try out
working in the kitchen and meet some great DC volunteers.

You'll have a rewarding couple of hours.

NOTE: Miriam's is "best place to volunteer" (City Paper) in DC.

Just respond to this message (to jskochan@hotmail.com) if you're
interested and want to join us on this Friday morning. All the details
and directions to Miriam's kitchen appear below.

Thanks - Joe Kochan '02

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Miriam's Kitchen is a non-profit breakfast program for people who are
homeless, located in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood of Washington DC.
Miriam's provides a hot, nutritious breakfast each weekday morning to
around 200 men and women. Founded in 1983 by a collaboration of
churches and local businesses, and is housed in Western Presbyterian
Church, Miriam's Kitchen has no religious affiliation. It is run by a
volunteer board of fifteen, staffed daily from a pool of over
three-hundred dedicated volunteers, and supported by area churches,
corporations and individuals. PCW/PWN volunteers at Miriam's for the
breakfast shift every 3rd Wednesday of the month.

DIRECTIONS:
Miriam's Kitchen is located in the basement of the Western
Presbyterian Church at 2401 Virginia Ave
., but the entrance to
Miriam's Kitchen is located near the corner of 24th Street and G
Street. Enter through the garage, which is on 24th street. At the
entrace to the garage (short driveway and garage door) is a stone
pillar with buttons. Press the button that reads "Lower Kitchen,"
which sounds a buzzer in the kitchen and somebody opens the garage
door. Walk down to the lowest level (1 level down) in the garage and
around to the clearly marked entrance to Miriam's Kitchen podium and
lower kitchen button and garage door. Come inside, sign in, and look
for Steve or somebody who steps forward to give you instructions.

METRO: Miriam's Kitchen is located 3 blocks from the Foggy
Bottom-GWU
metro station.
Get MORE information -- visit
http://www.miriamskitchen.com


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