Letters to the Editor

LINK support

December 23, 2010


To the editor:

For the last 25 years, LINK, the Lawrence Interdenominational Nutrition Kitchen, has been serving hot meals to the community four days a week. Throughout our stay in Lawrence, there have been countless people who made what we do possible.

With the holidays approaching, I feel there’s no better time to express our gratitude to the individuals and groups that take the time out of their schedule to help at LINK — along with monetary donations, which help pay our bills. It’s you who help us meet our goal week after week, and we’re thankful for your continued support.

I would like to remind readers that LINK is open to the entire community, and we urge anyone who would like a hot meal to join us Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 2 p.m. This is the time of year to think about our community. We’d like you to know that we are thinking about you.


concernedeudoravoter 7 years, 6 months ago

LINK resides in a church. It is supported by many, many people and groups throughout the city and county. I don't read this as a plea for solicitation, but I do as a sincere thank you for the continued support of this very much needed organization and activity.

mr_right_wing 7 years, 6 months ago

The church I go to has it's own food, clothes, furniture & appliance depository; but I acknowledge that LINK is a very important resource to this community. Thanks and good job.

Loretta James 7 years, 5 months ago

The christmas dinner first started at the Stables on west 7, and it was for the elderly and the mentally and physically challenged. Then it took off after 5 years or so the guy that started it wanted out and Wes Kabler stepped up and took over shortly there after Link got involved. But it does provide a good service no one should be alone for christmas dinner.

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