soup kitchen


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soup kitchen

a place or mobile stall where food and drink, esp soup, is served to destitute people
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John's has been operating a soup kitchen for the 10 years he has been with the church.
Twist Soup Kitchens was set up in Galway 14 months ago but, due to demand, has expanded to five other locations - Athlone, Loughrea, Sligo, Roscommon and Tuam, and two more are in the pipeline.
More than 40 years after the Dickensian scenario, minutes recorded at a committee meeting of The General Soup Kitchen in Newcastle reveal that on Tuesday February 15, 1881, Mr D Marks presented to the committee an ox and vegetables.
The needs served by the soup kitchen and food pantry are too great to allow even a fire to interrupt their operations any more than absolutely necessary, he said.
I do agree that while the soup kitchen is a worthwhile endeavor, it does not meet the standard" of a permissible use, Fitch said.
The soup kitchen grew out of a winter pilot project under Di Gartref, which provides support for young adults in need of support on Anglesey.
SOME of Scotland's biggest soup kitchens have put trendy Japanese fish dish sushi on the menu.
Detectives are looking at a possible link with a soup kitchen for down-and-outs at the care home where Melanie worked.
From this model, reduced form equations of the supply of soup kitchen and food pantry meals are specified and estimated using data from 57 New York State counties outside of New York Cith (hereafter referred to as upstate New York).
With celebrity guests, a high-profile silent auction, top-shelf entertainment and a delicious gourmet menu, the event will help the Someone Cares Soup Kitchen to raise funds to feed the hungry in Orange County.
Service soup kitchens at the Ministry of Defense lots as follows I-st lot - a soup kitchen town.