Meals on Wheels of Syracuse thanks Jarred and his father Kevin from Karate John's Martial Arts Center. Jarred is the latest Black Belt candidate to volunteer at Meals on Wheels of Syracuse. He is a 2nd Generation Martial Artist, following in the footsteps of his mother who studied Taekwondo, who isn't afraid to show what hard work and determination looks like; a family trait he picked up (Jarred's family is the family behind ButterCup Cheese of Central Square NY). Jarred is a great example of the leadership skills taught at Karate John's Martial Arts Center. Get involved with Meals on Wheels of Syracuse by visiting www.meals.org. #LETSDOLUNCH
Meals on Wheels of Syracuse welcomes Nichols Law Offices, PLLC. Thanks for volunteering today in our kitchen. If you would like to get involved with Meals on Wheels of Syracuse visit www.meals.org. Syracuse - #LETSDOLUNCH !!
Volunteering is a family tradition for the Appel family. Bill Appel is one of our longest running volunteer drivers. He regularly delivers alongside his daughter Kassie, and on special occasions - his granddaughter Sarah. Now, they get ready for the 4th generation in this picture; as Sarah is expecting! 4 generations of volunteers! Congratulations from everyone at Meals on Wheels of Syracuse and thank you all for your service delivering meals to our homebound neighbors.
Get your family involved in this great tradition by volunteering with Meals on Wheels of Syracuse. www.meals.org. #VOLUNTEERING #LETSDOLUNCH
Meals on Wheels of Syracuse thanks Isabella and her mom Jennifer from Karate John's Martial Arts Center. Isabella is one of the youngest Black Belt Candidates, and one of the youngest Meals on Wheels of Syracuse kitchen volunteers at just 8 years old! Isabella started in karate at the age of 4 (pictured) and now at 8 years old is showing leadership and community spirit by volunteering and by going for her black belt. Get involved with Meals on Wheels of Syracuse by visiting www.meals.org. #LETSDOLUNCH