“In celebration of its 20th anniversary, the PIT Stop program and Kamloops United Church are staging a volunteer celebration on Sunday, June 11. Celebrations begin at 421 St. Paul St. at 11:15 a.m., with speeches and recognition of longtime volunteers. The event then moves across the street to the former Kamloops Daily News property for a burger lunch and live music.
Windjack said the whole community is invited, including past and present volunteers, guests of the regular meal program and others. And, as the party continues, another group of volunteers will be back in the church’s kitchen across the street, cooking the daily meal.”
The above is an excerpt from Kamloops This Week by Andrea Klassen . To view the full article visit https://www.kamloopsthisweek.com/pit-stop-program-celebrates-20-years/
Photo credit: Allen Douglas/KTW (from the online article found at Kamloops This Week at https://www.kamloopsthisweek.com/pit-stop-program-celebrates-20-years/
Photo: PIT Stop co-ordinator Rick Windjack stands among a group of volunteers who have helped to provide the program for two decades. About 500 volunteers are behind the weekly hot meal program. PIT stands for People in Transition.