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Scott Sayre lifts a spoon from a steaming pot of potato, broccoli and bacon soup, takes a sip and senses something isn’t right. “You can taste the bacon,” Sayre said. “Let’s put a little more broccoli in there.” Sayre was one of six volunteers busy preparing meals in the kitchen of the Oak Harbor First United Methodist Church Thursday. Sachie Sutterluey and Hidemi Dettman stood side by side, chopping broccoli and mixing raisins for broccoli salad.
Community Events, March 2014
As the clock approached 8 p.m. Monday night, Reilly Richards remained focused on the matters at hand. It would have been easy to drift into thought about Advanced Placement chemistry and other homework that was waiting for her at home. It might have been easy to dwell on the weariness from an alarm clock that had sounded at 5 a.m. earlier that day to wake her.