I received a very encouraging message this week from NBA All Star Mark Eaton, co-owner of Tuscany restaurant regarding how Tuscany has partnered with Wadsworth Brothers Construction to help feed vulnerable members of our community.
Here is what Mark had to report and how we can all pitch in to help: “We have been giving back to the community in different ways over the years. In wake of Covid-19 this is how we are helping now. In partnership with Wadsworth Brothers Construction, we are helping to supply meals and meal kits to those who are most vulnerable in our community; children and elderly who may not be able to leave their homes, as well as our health care workers serving on the front line.”
“With the generous financial commitment from Wadsworth Brothers Construction we have been able to help provide 1000+ families with meals every week. Although we are SO humbled to be able to help in such a big way, the need is even greater. We could use your help!”
“With a small donation you can help give back and help provide a meal or meal kit to the most vulnerable in YOUR community. These meals are being served to the most deserving, including health care workers working the front line who are putting their family and their own health at risk. You can make a difference by donating today!”
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Hearth and Hill Fuels Staff & Community
I was happy to get a note from the folks at Park City’s Hearth and Hill restaurant about how they are supporting their local community and employees. “Hearth and Hill donated 50 Associate Grocery Bags to their staff, including hearty staples such as potatoes, onions, rice, beans, chicken, bread, pasta, carrots and more. In addition to already offering health insurance to full-time associates, a 401K program, daily employee meals, and monthly appreciation events, supplying fresh groceries is just one more way Hearth and Hill chooses to care for their dedicated team.”
They added, “The restaurant’s hospitality extends to local purveyors through the preparation and sale of weekly Farmers Market Bags. Some of the farmers and artisans will be Copper Moose Farms, Ranui Gardens, Nicholas and Company, Creminelli Fine Meats, Brickhouse Growers, Park City Creamery and Red Bicycle Breadworks. Farmers Market Bags are $55 each if you sign up for one week or $50 each if you sign up for a weekly bag and can be pre-ordered by calling 435-200-8840.”
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Originally trained as an anthropologist, Ted Scheffler is a seasoned food, wine & travel writer based in Utah. He loves cooking, skiing, and spends an inordinate amount of time tending to his ever-growing herd of guitars and amplifiers.
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