“'I think we served definitely over 150 people,' Keenan said. 'When I did my first official count, when we first started we were at 75 and that line kept flowing and it stayed pretty long at least for an hour and I’m quite confident that we had over 150 people for sure.'
"Chavez and D'Cruz were in agreement that overall the event went well. They said none of the food would go to waste, as all of the leftovers would be served on Sunday at St Andrew's Church in Ashland.
"'My heart is full,' Chavez said, telling how the event was a little touch and go but it worked out wonderfully in the end, making it all worthwhile."
Written by Sara Chase for the Ashland Daily Press. Read the full article here.
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