SHARE Food Network Is a Great Way to Provide Community Service To Local Communities

SHARE Food Network Menu July 2014

SHARE Food Network Menu July 2014

The SHARE Food Menu for July 2014 (above) has been released.

The SHARE Food Network is a way to buy quality food at about half price. We can purchase it for personal use, but we can also use it to help needy families, homeless shelters, soup kitchens, food drives, etc. How about instead of donating $100 to a local homeless shelter/soup kitchen/food pantry, we spend $100 on SHARE Food and donate $200 worth of food to the homeless shelter/soup kitchen/pantry? This is a great way to double the value of our contributions to good causes!

The Jefferson (VA) Ruritan Club uses the SHARE Food Network to help feed their sponsored needy families. Some club members use SHARE Food for their own families as well.

This is a great way to save money on food – and you do not have to disclose income. You do not need to be receiving food stamps. The food is top-quality. If you are not taking advantage of this opportunity to get good food for little money. This is run by Catholic Charities, but you do not have to be Catholic. Many of the distribution locations are in churches that are not Catholic. This is a TRUE community service project!

There are SHARE Food Network Distribution locations in Maryland, the District of Columbia, Virgina, and West Virginia. Details for them can be found on the SHARE Food Network’s Find SHARE Site Page.

SHARE Food Network is currently looking to expand their distribution areas, and would be glad to send speakers to Ruritan clubs in Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia, with the hope that Ruritan Clubs might consider helping to support setting up new distribution areas in their own local communities. If your club is looking for speakers, you may want to consider SHARE Food Network for that!

If you are interested in having a speaker come to YOUR club, you may use the contact form below, and a representative from SHARE Food will contact YOU.

BINGO at East Orange Ruritan Club

BINGO (free clip art)

BINGO (free clip art)

BINGO

East Orange Ruritan Club

24124 Constitution Hwy

(Intersection of Rts 20 & 522)

Unionville, VA

Saturday, April 26, 2014

Doors Open @5:30 PM

Early Bird 6:45 PM – 7:00 PM

$5/5 Games

7:00 PM – 9:30 PM (Approx time.)

$20/18 Games

Prizes will be:

Vera Bradley

Thirty One

Longaberger Baskets

Gift Cards

Concessions available on site.

Proceeds to benefit the scholarship fund.

For More Information: Linda Wilson, 540-854-8814

Before You Enjoy the Ham and Oyster Dinner in Brightwood, Come For Breakfast in Unionville!

People eating pancakes (free clip art)

People eating pancakes (free clip art)

There will be no need for lunch if you dedicate the day to Ruritan meals on March 8th! If at the end of the day, having gone to both of the Ruritan meals, you are still hungry, you have nobody to blame but yourself!

If you are in the Unionville area the morning of March 8, the East Orange Ruritan Club would love to have you drop by for some good food and fellowship!

They will have an all-you-can-eat breakfast Saturday, March 8, 7-10 a.m. at the club’s home located at Rts. 20 and 522 in Unionville. The menu will include pancakes, eggs, apples, sausage, sausage gravy and biscuits, coffee, ice tea, water and orange juice. The cost is $7 for adults and $3 for children ages 5-10. Walk-ins are welcome. For more information, call 540-854-8814

Ham and Fried Oyster Dinner Brightwood Ruritan Club March 8th

Ham dinner (free clip art)

Ham dinner (free clip art)

Ham & Fried Oyster Dinner

Saturday, March 8th 2014

5pm – 7pm

Scalloped potatoes, cole slaw, applesauce, rolls, dessert, coffee, ice tea.

Warm fellowship included at no charge!

Adults $15/Children under 12 – $6

100% of profits and donations used for community service.

Brightwood Ruritan Clubhouse US 29 & RT 607

For further information, contact Jim Gaines 540-948-5108