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Ariana Abrahams, Annika Riise and Sadie Greene serve at CMA Soup Kitchen. - Photo courtesy of Billie Coins
Ariana Abrahams, Annika Riise and Sadie Greene serve at CMA Soup Kitchen.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Billie Coins

School’s out for summer. But that doesn’t mean the work stops. Three students, Ariana Abrahams, Annika Riise and Sadie Greene, decided to volunteer in the Soup Kitchen serving soup, beans and hot dogs, along with smiles.

They are among many others volunteering to help the community. In Langley, many come for lunch from noon to 1:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at Langley’s Christian and Missionary Alliance Church.

While walking, riding the bus, or driving, many of all ages support the Soup Kitchen by not only eating the donated and prepared food, but by appreciating all the comfort of home away from home and the care put into it.

 

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