Meals on Wheels Spokane keeps seniors in their homes by provided needed nutrition to their doorsteps. According to Executive Director Mollie Dalpae, the Federal Government has cut all funding to this valuable resource for Spokane seniors.
It helps our community stay healthy by enabling our seniors to stay in their homes. It also saves taxpayer dollars by keeping our seniors out of hospitals and nursing homes due to poor nutrition. (Mollie Dalpae)
KXLY-AM’s Rick Rydell fronts URSA, which is Latin for “bear”, and was excited to perform for the benefit of this worthy cause which serves over 300 Spokane seniors. URSA’s breadth of talent was evident by their musicianship. Their energy and passion for this music breathed life back into old standards making them feel new again.
We said as a radio station let’s get together an take care of this thing. That’s the Inland Empire… we take care of our own. (Rick Rydell)
The expected attendance of 50-60 was far surpassed. Empty seats were very few and far between. The fundraising goal of $1,000 dollars was nearly doubled by the generous supporters of Meals on Wheels. Birdy’s has gained notoriety in the community for supporting charitable events. Drop in to Birdy’s on the Wandermere area for a pint to show your support of local businesses that support the Spokane community.