Geneva Place and Inglenook Pantry are joining the Salvation Army to serve a free nutritionally balanced meal for financially challenged families and individuals on Thursday, February 23, 2012, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Geneva Place dining room, 27 North Bennett, Geneva, IL.
As part of its Community Meal program, the Salvation Army will invite guests to the free meal. Residents of Geneva Place will help host the event at their retirement community and bring canned goods to stock the Salvation Army pantry. "Geneva Place residents are service oriented," says Geneva Place Marketing Manager, Danielle Leach. "This event is an excellent opportunity for these like-minded individuals and organizations to join forces and serve the local community."
Geneva Place is a rental retirement community administered by Covenant Retirement Communities Inc. on behalf of the Board of Benevolence of the Evangelical Covenant Church. For more information, call (630) 232-7733, or visit www.genevaplace.com
The Salvation Army, an agency of the United Way of Central Kane County, provides extensive services to families and individuals in the Tri-Cities area. Programs and services included but not limited to emergency financial assistance; grocery assistance through food pantry; educational and recreational programs for children, adults and seniors; leadership training and character development for youth; day camps, summer camps and after school programming. For more information, call (630) 377-2779.
Inglenook Pantry has been in business since 1970 and offers catering services for dinner parties, farmers markets and large special events. Stop by their Geneva Place location or contact Mark and Connie Weaver, (630) 377-0373, to arrange menu options.