Slow Food honors chef, soup kitchen with donation

  • Wednesday, May 24, 2017 2:00pm
  • Life

Slow Food Whidbey Island has donated $100 to the Soup Kitchen in honor of Dan Saul.

Saul spent 14 years as a volunteer chef for the kitchen, serving meals and helping feed countless people, according to a letter from Slow Food Whidbey Island’s board. He recently retired.

“Saul has been of friend of Slow Food Whidbey Island for a number of years and epitomizes the mission of Slow Food with his love for feeding people good, healthy food,” the letter said.

The board went on to express its appreciation for the “wonderful program and all of the volunteers like Dan that make it possible.”

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